In a new poll conducted by the British Heart Foundation, voters chose which on-screen costumes were the most iconic in the history of cinema, and here’s how the voting went down!
First Place: Marilyn Monroe’s white dress from “Seven Year Itch” (pictured above)
The famous windswept halter dress was created by costume designer William Travilla for the 1955 film and has become one of the most recreated images in pop culture history.
Second Place: Dorothy’s blue frock and red sparkly shoes from “The Wizard of Oz”
Adults and kids alike were in awe when Dorothy landed in Oz and her dress became a brilliant shade of blue in the 1939 film.
Third Place: Sandy’s skin-tight black ensemble in “Grease”
The sexy black outfit and red heels that Olivia Newton-John wore in the final scenes of the 1978 film symbolized Sandy saying goodbye to her innocence and us saying goodbye to carbs so that we could look like that!
Fourth Place: Ursula Andress’ bikini in “Dr. No”
The bond girl sure knew how to rock that suit alongside Sean Connery in the 1962 hit!
Fifth Place: Audrey Hepburn’s black cocktail dress in “Breakfast at Tiffany’s”
The Hubert de Givency dress, paired with statement necklace and black gloves, is a timeless image from the 1961 film. Hepburn’s signature bouffant in the film was also recently voted most iconic hairstyle of all time.