Thursday, January 28, 2016

Horror's in Fashion: Plush

I've decided to start a new feature where I divulge my favorite horror movie fashion. It's going to be awesome, because horror is always rad and unique, right down to the clothes.

First up, Plush. Now, granted, this is not a great horror movie. It's almost in that TV-movie-thriller category (I just looked it up and found out it's a Blumhouse movie, so... yeah, their history is patchy, to say the least), but I still love it. Emily Browning totally saves it from the gutter by being a badass babe with a great voice - and, of course, excellent fashion sense.

At the very beginning of the movie she's got this whole raven-haired, heavy metal thing going on. Note the leather corset and the feathers.


And look at her gorgeous pregnant-lady wedding dress. Love the crown. And the shoes.


After tragedy strikes (it's not a spoiler, it happens in the first three minutes, y'all), she chops off her hair and goes bleach blonde, red lips. I daresay it's almost Taylor Swift-esque...


...but she mixes it up with this space-cadet-art-angel look that I'm really digging.


These sunglasses, man.


I love the costume department's idea of "rock star workout gear," when it's really so 90s pop star. Like, a Spice Girl could easily have worn this exact outfit in concert.


When they're shooting a music video, they bust out a Marie-Antoinette-in-a-straitjacket costume (at least that's how I interpret it) which is, frankly, boss. And look at those heels.


And finally, there's the kimono that makes me wonder why I don't have cooler loungewear.


I was just going to stick to Emily's wardrobe, but I'd be remiss if I didn't mention this leather jacket. I wish I had it in me to pull off that many studs. With that much leather.


I love this movie's balls-out approach to fashion, man. I really do.

That's it for now. What are your favorite horror movie fashions? Tell me in the comments or shoot me something on Twitter.


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