Pulp Fiction

“Pulp Fiction” is a 1994 American black comedy crime film written and directed by the infamous Quentin Tarantino. The film is known for its daring dialogue and ironic mix of humor and violence, and a host of cinematic allusions and pop culture references.

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The film represents an eclectic mix of iconic 1990’s style. 1994, when the film is set and was made, was an iconic year for fashion within this era. Here it became more feminine and form-fitting and young women in the UK and America began wearing tailored skirts and trouser suits, short skirts and dresses, as well as hot pants, slim pants, bright colours, and high heels. In Pulp Fiction the emphasis lies with dark coloured clothing, reflecting the theme of the film. High-shine fabrics, such as satin, metallics, vinyl, and silk became prominent in both clubwear and work wear and can be identified in the most iconic Pulp Fiction “dancing” scene. However large T-shirts, Mom Jeans and oversized sweatshirts and flannel shirts were more common casual wear as slouchy loungewear and boyfriend fits became trendy.

We styled Lindsey as Mia and Raquel to show you how easy it is to achieve these styles As Seen On… “Pulp Fiction”

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Lindsey above is styled as Mia. She wears:

Trousers: Mango

T-shirt: Primark

Choker: eBay

Lipstick: Kate Moss for Rimmel London (Shade: Kiss of Life)

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Lindsey above is styled as Raquel. She wears:

Shoes: Dr. Martens

Jeans: Urban Outfitters

Flannel Shirt: Blue Rinse

Belt: Topshop

If you like these looks or want to see some more from any of your other favourite films, please comment, like and share.

Peace

Alex, Lindsey and April

xxx 

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