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12 Things That Become Trendy After People Saw Them In Films

Cinema’s power is genuinely unlimited. Talented filmmakers and performers may produce masterpieces that inspire millions of people to follow specific fads, whether clothes, hobbies, or meals. Movies may boost sales of specific products and save entire businesses from extinction.

“Movies have influenced fashion since the beginning,” says film and fashion historian Kimberly Truhler. From the haircut style of Rachel, a super adorable character in the famous sitcom: “Friend,” to Chuck Bass’ scarf in “Gossip Girl,” they all take the world by storm. We recall 12 items that became incredibly popular after appearing in well-known movies and television series.

1. Rachel’s haircut in” Friends – 1994″

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Rachel’s appearance became an influence for millions of people worldwide, from her clothes to her trademark hairdo. Many show fans, including celebrities, sought to imitate Rachel’s look by having their hair cut in the same style.

2. Chuck Bass’ scarf in “Gossip Girl – 2007”

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The scarf Chuck Bass wore in the TV program became so popular with the public that it prompted several manufacturers to create and sell identical items.

3.  Chess in “The Queen’s Gambit – 2020”

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The mini-series significantly raised public interest in chess. According to figures, chess set sales soared by 87 percent in the United States following the commencement of the program.

4. Off-the-shoulder clothes in “Flashdance -1983”

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Following the film’s debut, oversized off-the-shoulder sweatshirts were immensely trendy. Aside from off-the-shoulder tops, the film popularized other ’80s fashion elements such as leggings, headbands, leotards, and leg warmers.

5. The little black dress in “Breakfast at Tiffany’s – 1961”

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Audrey Hepburn’s tiny black dress in the film is regarded as one of the most significant outfits in fashion history. This was Givenchy’s rendition of Coco Chanel’s “little black dress.”

6. Luxurious clothing ensembles in “Scandal – 2012”

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Olivia Pope, the show’s main heroine, wears luxury and attractive suits in white, beige, and pastel hues, which inspired many of us to add some powerful yet elegant clothing items to our collections.

7. Colorful clothes and tie-dye in “The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air – 1990”

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Bold clothing combinations, fluorescent hues, and hypnotic tie-dye patterns were the hallmarks of 1990s fashion, and we saw them all in this exhibition.

8.  Plaid suits in “Clueless – 1995”

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This film is arguably most recognized for its stunning costumes, particularly the plaid suits worn by the major characters. Even over two decades after the film’s debut, many individuals prefer to dress up in Cher’s famed yellow plaid costume for Halloween.

9. Dramatic gowns in “Gossip Girl – 2007”

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While viewing the show, we are inspired by more than just Chuck Bass’ scarf. Throughout the series, Blair and Serena wear a slew of extravagant, dramatic, stylish clothing, and many of us would wear them today.

10. Cherry pie “Twin Peaks – 1990”

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This delicacy became so famous among show fans that you can still find several recipes for “Twin Peaks cherry pie” in cookbooks and on websites.

11. Wensleydale cheese in “Wallace & Gromit: A Grand Day Out – 1989”

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The presentation was instrumental in preventing the extinction of Wensleydale cheese from the Wensleydale Creamery in England. The popularity of the cheese increased as a result of the show, and the factory survived.

12. Reese’s Pieces in “E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial – 1982”

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According to reports, sales of this product surged by 300 percent after it appeared in the film.