Monday, February 18, 2013

Fashion Inspiration From The Movies! Casablanca Style.

Hello my darlings! It is yet again time for a monthly installment of: Fashion Inspiration From The Movies.

This time I am featuring Casablanca a fabulous classic!

Casablanca 1942
Staring: Humphrey Bogart and Ingrid Bergman

Set in unoccupied Africa during the early days of World War II: An American expatriate meets a former lover, with unforeseen complications. 

Now it is time for my ever so exciting commentary regarding the fashions from this classic:

Stills from the movie Casablanca.
Bogart has on a wonderful fedora, trench coat and tie, if only men looked this good today!  Ingrid is sporting her famous hat (I have a hat like this) and such a classy suit!

From the classic movie Casablanca!
Bogart has on a crisp light suit with a dark tie, great for  looking sharp in warm locations such as Morocco. Take a look at the ever so lovely outfit Ingrid has on, what a beautiful and classy head scarf. 
Great fashion from the movie  Casablanca.
Bogart has done it again! Looking dashing in the hat, tie, understated suit AND do not forget your pocket squares gentlemen. Ingrid has on yet another great hat, LOVE the striped top and cool, light jacket. 

Lovely lady and nice gentlemen! Now we have a chance to take a peak at the outfits from earlier, only now it is a full length view. Wow, am I glad I included this because have a look at Ingrid's outfit plus those wonderful spectator pumps she is has on.

Bogart in yet another cool suit also look at that stunning paisley dress Ingrid has on!

I love this picture of  Ingrid, I want a giant globe such as that. Look at her soft and feminine hairstyle, classic lightweight suit and flower/pin.

Wow, romance is in the air and great outfits are everywhere in this movie!

This concludes our Fashion Inspiration From The Movies for this month.

Here's looking at you kid!



Mariela Santillan said...

I have yet to see this movie. Every time it's on TMC or AMC it's always half way through. Maybe I'll have to check Netflix out.

Dr Blood said...

I've never watched it all the way through either. It seems that the Breen code almost wrecked this film, and the ending was changed because of it. I'm not a big fan of Bogart anyway.

BTW, Hitler was famous for having a big globe like that which was parodied by Charlie Chaplin in "The Great Dictator" (1940).