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Reel Style: The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo

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After months of anticipation, David Fincher's chilling adaptation of Stieg Larsson's The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo opens nationwide today. I was lucky enough to preview the film on Monday night. It's phenomenal. From Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross' electronic-tinged score to lead Rooney Mara's career-making performance, the flick is a holiday must-see.

Of course, special mention must be given to Mara's character Lisbeth Salander's uniquely moody style. Whether she's hacking into a high-security bank's online network or fighting off reprehensible crooks, Salander always looks sharp in a mix of gothic layers and industrial accessories. We've rounded up a selection of pieces we think Lisbeth would love. Embracing fashion might not be the character's M.O., but there's no denying she's cultivated a look that's all her own.

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The perfect piece of outerwear for those chilly Swedish nights.

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A quartet of buckles toughens up these otherwise basic sneakers.

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Roomy enough to fit Lisbeth's laptop, video camera and any other hacking necessities.

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Including a piece from H&M's Dragon Tattoo collaboration was a no-brainer, and this quilted leather jacket looks so much more expensive than it really is.

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It's a cuff. It's a ring. It looks like a weapon.

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You'll live in these basic, beautifully-made moto boots.

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Standard scarves can come loose when sprinting away from the bad guys. Snug snoods like this one are a far safer bet.

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OK, before you get all "Lisbeth would never wear a skirt!" on me, just look at this Theyskens-designed beauty. If Salander was feeling fancy, she'd wear the hell out of this piece.

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Our heroine does have lots of piercings...

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Zana Bayne's incredible leather harnesses have Lisbeth's name written all over them.

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