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From Sally's now-legendary New Year's Eve dress (When Harry Met Sally) to Susan's token red beret (Miracle on 34th Street), we've done our research and compiled the greatest looks from your favorite holiday movies. Click through now to see them all, and to shop out their 2013-appropriate versions!
Love Actually
Natalie had two things going for her with Hugh Grant's Prime Minister David: 1) that irresistible Christmas card ("I'm actually yours."), and 2) this picture-perfect, cherry red, knee-length peacoat she wears throughout the holiday pageant scene. Click through to shop the look.
Love Actually
When Harry Met Sally
We see two New Year's Eve dresses from Meg Ryan's Sally throughout the movie, but this black, off-the-shoulder number is our favorite. And paired with that hair, it's an '80s-era crowning achievement. Click through to shop the look.
When Harry Met Sally
Elf
Okay, we'll be honest: there's no practical way to reinterpret native-to-the-North-Pole this look—but at the very least, we could all use a holiday-appropriate midi skirt, right? Click through to shop the look.
Elf
Bridget Jones's Diary
Because what could be better to wear all December than a matching set of flannel pajamas? Nothing—that's what. Click through to shop the look.
Bridget Jones's Diary
Miracle on 34th Street
Child actress superstar Mara Wilson's character, Susan Walker, might have been only six years old, but girl knew how to put an outfit together. That's some grade-A hat game right there. Click through to shop the look.
Miracle on 34th Street
Miracle on 34th Street
A Christmas Story
As an Indiana housewife in the 1940s, Mama Parker (played by Melinda Dillon) didn't have many opportunities to flaunt her fashion prowess, but that didn't stop her from being an early adopter of the monochromatic look. Click through to shop the look.
A Christmas Story
A Christmas Story
Love Actually
But for now, let us say...Without hope or agenda...Just because it's Christmas...And at Christmas you tell the truth...To us, Keira Knightley's wedding dress is perfect. Click through to shop the look.
Love Actually
It's a Wonderful Life
Donna Reed is literally the face of perfection in this 1947 movie. Not only does she have not a single pore on that cherubic face of hers, but her wardrobe is out of this world—as in, that embroidered cap-sleeved dress. They don't make 'em like this anymore. Click through to shop the look.
It's a Wonderful Life
How the Grinch Stole Christmas
While we can't personally recommend Cindy Lou Who's famed sky-high 'do for recreational use, we would like to point out her excellent, very femme peacoats throughout the 2000 film. Click through to shop the look.
How the Grinch Stole Christmas
When Harry Met Sally
While this scene doesn't exactly take place during the holiday season (check out those autumn leaves!), we'll always be fans of Sally's Diane Keaton-esque ensemble that is just too good, down to every last detail. Click through to shop the look.
When Harry Met Sally
When Harry Met Sally