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Time For A Battle Of The Iconic Movie Dresses, And It's Gonna Get Messy

These dresses are timeless, but now they face the ultimate test: a BuzzFeed poll.

  1. First up, battle of the slip dresses

    First up, battle of the slip dresses

    Keira Knightley's iconic green dress from "Atonement" OR the butter-yellow dress that helped make Kate Hudson a rom-com icon?

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First up, battle of the slip dresses
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    Keira Knightley's iconic green dress from Atonement
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    The butter-yellow dress that helped make Kate Hudson a rom-com icon
  1. Next up, a ballgown showdown

    Next up, a ballgown showdown

    Giselle's fairytale wedding dress fit for a Disney Princess from "Enchanted" OR Jennifer Connelly's sparkling, poofy, meringue of a masquerade ball dress from "Labyrinth?"

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Next up, a ballgown showdown
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    Giselle's fairytale wedding dress fit for a Disney Princess from "Enchanted"
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    Jennifer Connelly's sparkling, poofy, meringue of a masquerade ball dress from "Labyrinth"
  1. Now, a Casino Royale one-on-one

    Now, a Casino Royale one-on-one

    Seriously, the clothes in this movie are just *chefs kiss*. Will you pick Caterina Murino making the valet her catwalk in a pink, slightly cowl necked dress that probably requires a license to wear OR the sexiest entrance ever seen on screen and an eggplant, plunging dress worn by Eva Green's Vesper Lynd that lived rent-free in my head for a solid decade?

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Now, a Casino Royale one-on-one
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    Caterina Murino making the valet her catwalk in a pink, slightly cowl-necked dress that probably requires a license to wear
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    The sexiest entrance ever seen on screen and an eggplant, plunging dress worn by Eva Green's Vesper Lynd that lived rent free in my head for a solid decade
  1. Audrey vs. Julie

    Audrey vs. Julie

    Because I woke up today and chose violence. Choose between Audrey Hepburn's 'look at her now' ensemble from "My Fair Lady." Who else could reasonably pull this look off? OR, perhaps Mary Poppins' Jolly Holiday dress. Fun fact: Julie Andrews originated the stage role of Eliza Doolittle in "My Fair Lady."

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Audrey vs. Julie
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    Audrey Hepburn's 'look at her now' ensemble from "My Fair Lady"
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    Mary Poppins' Jolly Holiday dress
  1. Marilyn vs. Marilyn

    Marilyn vs. Marilyn

    This entire post could be made up of Marilyn Monroe costumes, let's be real. Choose your fighter; The White Dress from "Seven Year Itch" that spawned 1000 Halloween costumes and homages, OR the hot pink strapless gown with matching gloves worn during "Diamonds Are A Girl's Best Friend" in "Gentlemen Prefer Blondes?"

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Marilyn vs. Marilyn
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    The White Dress from "Seven Year Itch" that spawned 1000 Halloween costumes and homages
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    The hot pink strapless gown with matching gloves worn during "Diamonds Are A Girl's Best Friend" in "Gentlemen Prefer Blondes"
  1. Zhang Ziyi

    Zhang Ziyi

    That's it, that's the category. Specifically her "House of Flying Daggers" costuming. For your viewing pleasure; Mei kicking some grunt's ass with swords in beautiful pink and gold, OR a more tranquil blue for a rightfully transfixed audience to stare at?

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Zhang Ziyi
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    Beautiful pink and gold
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    A more tranquil blue for a rightfully transfixed audience to stare at
  1. The Swinging '60s

    The Swinging '60s

    First, a film set in the '60s; Maggie Cheung's beautiful daffodil cheongsam seen in Wong Kar-Wei's "In the Mood for Love" OR a movie made in the '60s; Audrey Hepburn as Holly Golightly and the dress that adorned a thousand posters on every dorm wall the world over?

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The Swinging '60s
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    Maggie Cheung's beautiful daffodil cheongsam seen in Wong Kar-Wei's "In the Mood for Love."
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    The dress from "Breakfast at Tiffany's" that adorned a thousand posters on every dorm wall the world over
  1. To finish, the cult classics

    To finish, the cult classics

    Will you pick Cher's classic '90s Calvin Klein minidress (which tbh wouldn't look a hair out of place in 2021) or Debbie – graceful and delicate – in an off-the-shoulder sweater dress?

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To finish, the cult classics
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    Cher's classic '90s Calvin Klein minidress
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    Debbie in the off-the-shoulder sweater dress

Did I miss your favorite? Of course, I did! Every movie spawns a brand new favorite wardrobe, so sound off in the comments below and fight your faves' case.

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