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Top Ten Pink Movie Dresses
Top Ten Pink Movie Costumes
Pink is a very feminine color. It's a very romantic color that is the combination of red and white. It has the energy of red and the purity of white. Pink demotes romance, love, friendship, femininity and passiveness. Since it a feminine color it used often in movie.
This page looks at the Top Ten Pink Movie gowns. The costumes have been ranked by aesthetics, memorability and how they reflect the film or character.
List subject to change
Shanti Priya from Om Shanti Om
Om Shanti Om is a fun Bollywood movie that pokes fun at the industry while being an intriguing story.
During a movie premiere top actress, Shanti Priya played by Deepika Padukone, wears a sweet yet dreamy outfit. It's a long sleeve blouse with beading on the sleeves and heavy embroidery. It has a matching scarf that has the same detail has the sleeves and a beading fringe. She also wears a matching long skirt.
Costume Design by Karan Johar, Manish Malhotra, and Sanjeev Mulchandani
Satine from Moulin Rouge
Satine played by Nicole Kidman, wears this light pink with gold beading outfit in Moulin Rouge. It has gold beaded hearts on the bodice. It also has a bead fringed skirt and a feather boa skirt.
Costume design by Catherine Martin and Angus Strathie
Glinda from The Wizard of Oz
Glinda, The Good Witch of the North played by Billie Burke, from The Wizard of Oz wears a very iconic pink costume.
It has long sleeves with a sheer puff and the skirt is full ballgown. She has lots of silver star details on her bodice and sleeves. The costume is made complete with a tall cloth crown.
Costume design by Gilbert Adrian
Suzon from Huit Femme
Huit Femme is a French murder mystery with an all-star female cast of prolific French actresses. Virginie Ledoyen plays eldest daughter, Suzon. The movie color codes the characters and Suzon wears pink. The costume like the movie has a retro 50s vibe. Suzon wears a sweater with mixed diagonally checker pattern with a skirt matches the pattern of the sleeves and the collar.
Costume Design by Helene Cassard, Isabelle, Emma Lebail, Helene Robin, and Monique Touret
Scarlett from Gone with the Wind
Scarlett O’Hara played by Vivien Leigh, wears a lot different costumes in Gone with the Wind but the costume she wears the most starts off as casual dress and turns into rags.
Often called the “Calico dress,” Scarlett wears this dress during some of the most memorable screen in the movie. The costume changes over time by it has a double puffed sleeves and buttons on the bodice. It has a circle pattern it.
Costume Design by Walter Plunkett
Marie Antoinette played by Kristen Dunst, wears many lovely and opulent gowns in the course of the movie by the same name.
One of the pink gowns is this this one which was used during the film's promotion. It has make ruffles and pleats. It the perfect compliment to her grace and elegance.
Costume design by Milena Canonero
Sayuri from Memoirs of a Geisha
Sayuri, played by Ziyi Zhang, wears this soft pink kimono during the memorable bike scene in Memoirs of a Geisha. It has a floral pattern with touches of blue. It's a very feminine kimono that is soft and pretty.
Costume Design by Collen Atwood
Carlotta from The Phantom of the Opera
Carlotta played by Minnie Driver, wears one of the most over-the-top costume ever in a movie with this costume from The Phantom of the Opera.
It's an opera costume that has an 18th century flair to it and has a very wide hoop skirt and a huge wig. The dress as a tons of pleats, ruffles, beading, flowers and embroidery. This costume is just pure extravagance.
Costume design by Alexander Bryne
The Phantom of the Opera
Lorelei Lee from Gentlemen Prefer Blondes
Marilyn Monroe is an icon and typically what she wore in movie became iconic as well and this pink gown from Gentlemen Prefer Blonds is no exception. It's a strapless gown with matching opera gloves. There is a bow detail on the hip and there is a matching belt.
Costume design by William Travilla
Gentlemen Prefer Blondes
Buttercup from The Princess Bride
This gown is Buttercup's played by Robin Wright, Princess gown in The Princess Bride. She wears it twice; first time is when she is announces as the Prince' s fiancé and the other time during a nightmare.
It's a soft pink gown with an empire waist. The bodice has gold beading. the sleeves are long and have long over sleeves that is the same soft pink fabric. It's is the perfect girly princess dress without being cliché.
Costume Design by Phyllis Dalton