Thursday, November 13, 2008
This woman is absolute perfection. Of course, I fell in love with her during my first viewing of Annie Hall which became an instant favorite. She makes androgynous dress look completely feminine and incredibly sexy. Her wardrobe in Annie Hall inspired me to pair down my closet to neutral basics with masculine highlights like collared shirts and vintage blazers.
She has left me in awe once again, I just finished watching "Manhattan" and I have fallen in love all over again. Highlights in the film include a perfectly tailored tan blazer paired with an ultra feminine floral print dress, and a navy/black blazer with high-waisted jeans and a crisp collared shirt (the film is in black and white). On top of Diane Keaton's fabulous attire, the movie is full of clever Woody Allen banter and a completely romantic soundtrack.
For these reasons I will be vintage and thrift shopping this weekend with Diane Keaton on my mind. I will be on a quest to find a floral dress and a tan blazer to add to my collection. If you have not seen "Manhattan" or "Annie Hall", you absolutely must. I hope for inspiration for you all.