Imagine that our favorite holiday movie characters grew up and were so stylish we just had to know what they were wearing? Fudge, yeah.
Imagine that our favorite holiday movie characters grew up and were so stylish we just had to know what they were wearing? Fudge, yeah.Ralphie from "A Christmas Story" The style: Wide naive stare, hipster glasses, over-protected-1940s-kid cool 2011 update: Pop-culture references at once obscure and safe, lest you shoot your eye out
Buy: "Ralphie and His Gun" T-shirt, $20 Skreened 2887 Silver Dr., Clintonville skreened.com Cindy Lou Who from "How the Grinch Stole Christmas" The style: Innocent, tiny red bows and clothes with a whimsical edge 2011 update: Little trendsetter all grown up
Buy: Sequin bow headband, $10 Target Buy: Sam Edelman platform boots, $150, or wedge boots, $250 Nordstrom 4000 Worth Ave., Easton eastontowncenter.com Ghost of Christmas Present from "Scrooged" The style: Ballet-dancing fairy on crack 2011 update: Ballet-dancing fairy on fashion Buy: Cocktail dress, $35 H&M 140 Easton Town Center, Easton hm.com/us Buy: Feather mask, $10 H&M hm.com/us Buy: Metallic shirt, $25 H&M hm.com/us
Yukon Cornelius from "Rudolph, the Red-Nosed Reindeer" The style: Straight-talking, peppermint-addicted, Bumble-trapping no-nonsenser 2011 update: You think Yukon cares about fashion? We just found something warm, red and for your head that we loved. Buy: Cowl scarf headband, $18 2yellowbirds etsy.com/shop/2yellowbirds
Buddy the Elf from "Elf" The style: Doesn't matter. No one notices your clothes when you're eating syrup-doused spaghetti. 2011 update: Sugar addicted, but socially conscious Buy: Vegan candy-cane scented body products, $4 each Tastefully Dirty tastefullydirty.com