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    12 Period Costumes That Got It Completely Wrong

    Coral lipstick, curtains, culottes and some big ol' collars: sometimes period films look a lot more like when they were made than set.

    1. Nice culottes with Joey from Blossom's shirt, Fried Green Tomatoes at the Whistlestop Cafe

    2. Nice striped lapels/ flowery collar combo, Robert Redford in The Sting

    3. Nice totally caucasian face, John Wayne in The Conqueror

    4. Nice eyeliner Faye Dunawaye in Bonny and Clyde

    5. Nice leather jacket and heinous peroxide spike cut, Sting in Quadrophenia

    6. Nice coral lipstick and slimline trousers, Julie Andrews and Dick Van Dyke in Mary Poppins

    7. Nice mullet, Kevin Coster in Robin Hood Prince of Thieves

    8. Nice shiny baseball cap, massive shoulders and pink ra-ra skirt, Back To The Future II

    9. Nice feather cut, Shani Wallis in Oliver!

    10. Nice pastel turn ups, Jeremy Irons in Brideshead Revisited

    11. Nice Joan Baez hair/ Rubber Soul-era Beatles cut, Zeferelli's Romeo and Juliet

    12. Nice curtains and boy band waistcoat, Keanu Reeves in Bram Stoker's Dracula