The Devil Wears Prada style inspiration

  1. DEBRA MASELLA says:

    I LOVE this movie – definitely in my top 10 – have rewatched so many times and I LOVE your interpretations. So classic and timeless – you give Miranda a run for her money Beth – absolutely stunning!

  2. Eve says:

    You really captured her look,. This seems to suit you too. No pun intended. 😊

  3. I love all these outfits as well as the ones you showed yesterday. You look fabulous! I have my movie out to put in the DVD tonight. I have watched this movie so many times and is still one of my favorites.

  4. Connie says:

    I have a similar striped suit in navy and never thought to wear it with a satin cami. I also have a Chico’s sweater in black and white with a wide collar similar to the brown one. Why hadn’t I thought to wear it with a black & white animial print blouse? Your skirt is now on my list too! I loved your interpretations from the movie…thanks for the inspiration!

  5. Carol says:

    I think on some level you always have reminded me of her…….the looks and the way you carry yourself. And then you go and show your other dimensions with the sportier, relaxed and casual looks. Way to go, Beth!

    • Beth Djalali says:

      we all live dual lives – casual and corporate. then there’s evening too. love all aspects of fashion and how to incorporate them into daily life.
      thanks for stopping by!

  6. Belinda says:

    Love, love, love this movie. These two styles are your very BEST! You look so good in both of these! “That’s all.” (Lol)!

  7. Leanne says:

    These DWPrada posts have been so fun! You are at your best in these classy looks. Radiant, fit, beautiful. Ditch the booties and clunky loafers (just my opinion 😉)

    • Beth Djalali says:

      while i love and incorporate these outfits into my life there’s room for booties and clunky loafers. i love my off-duty time as i’m certain you do too. Princess Di was a classic example of how to mix things up. cowboy boots, sneakers, overalls were all included in her life.

  8. Joanie says:

    Hi Beth
    You are right! Classics never go out of style. I thoroughly enjoyed this series. Now I have to rewatch the movie. Truly inspirational. You look fab!

  9. Andrea says:

    Still swooning over your pinstripe suit and lilac camisole combo – modern, elegant, feminine. When I was in my 30’s, my mum had the most amazing black leather skit, paired with a black and white houndstooth blazer with black suede insteps on the lapels. Your outfit has awoken that love of her leather skirt – timeless. I feel a Christmas present coming under the tree 😉. And yes, I will watch DWP this weekend.

  10. Sandra says:

    Hi Beth!
    Fun post! I remember when the movie came out on DVD and I would pause it and write down all the styles I liked and wanted. They were Andi’s and Emily’s styles. How oh how did I miss Miranda’s gorgeous looks? Thank you Beth!
    Take care

  11. Nancy says:

    As with the other commenters, I love the movie too!
    You have really done well in recreating Miranda’s outfits! Love it! That must have taken some work to research the items. Thanks for this post! So fun!
    Wish I were younger and back in my corporate days. I’d wear all of this! But, as a 60 something retiree on a budget, most of these things would not make sense for me! It’s fun to dream!

  12. Karen says:

    Beth, well done I love TDWP! You should consider a series with Charade or The Thomas Crown Affair (remake) I love Rene Russo’s wardrobe! Have a great week!

  13. Julia Purtill says:

    I love this fashion study of Miranda Priestly in The Devil wears Prada. It’s fun and you drill down on key classic fashion components and then show us how to replicate it. Well done!

  14. Marsha Gibbons says:

    I just re-watched this a few days ago!!! I love the movie so much and the clothes are so good. You knocked it out of the park on this post. You look amazing!!!

  15. Sylvia Espinoza says:

    Excellent DWP series, Beth. Excellent! You mentioned Princess Di…go there next! I thoroughly enjoyed reading every word of this series, including those of the blog sisters~

  16. Prue Batten says:

    Do you know, clothes aside, I reckon it was Miranda Priestley’s BEAUTIFULLY chic hair and makeup that sold her looks. The makeup and hairstylists were fantastic.
    Enjoying this series, but would love you to have a go at Something’s Gotta Give. So much more my lifestyle: beach… writing… coastal walking… coastal deli. Yep, that’s the look I’m chasing. Although as Jack Nicholson says, ‘What’s with the poloneck?’ Or something like that.

  17. Nancy B. says:

    Love everything you styled! And you look stunning in all of it.

  18. I have always loved this movie…you did a great job showing us the clothes and makeup! Now I can’t wait to watch this for about the 20th time!!😄

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