"Rosemary's Baby" is equal to Mia Farrow. Without it Polanski's film would not be the same. Her wardrobe has been a source of inexhaustible inspiration. The costumes for the film was provided by Anthea Sylbert. The costume design is a magnificent work of its time advancing to ours and you can adapt to your style
"Rosemary's Baby" (Rosemary's Baby) is a film from 1968 directed by Roman Polanski and starring Mia Farrow and John Cassavetes (director and actor). A film that borders the magic of suspense and fear. Roman Polanski never imagined that a year later his wife, Sharon Tate, would be brutally murdered by a satanic cult so the film is darker still being seen and remembered.
Mia Farrow wears many gowns in the film mostly in pastel colors and bibs. Very sixties. The bibs with buttons are highly topical for dresses and blouses.
Part of the film appears pregnant Mia Farrow and that you are in that situation you can take note of some of their secrets.
Evas dresses and empire waist are common in all the costumes and be smooth or patterned like the elegant suit with patterns such as houndstooth.
Necks "Peter Pan" is also a strong trend of clothing and now.
The accessories like hats, gloves or scarves add a touch of elegance to your looks.
Predominantly dressed in the costumes but also a magnificent two-piece appears in red.
Baby doll dresses and airs "naive" is the absolute star.
And one of the highlights of the film: The hairstyle that marked tendency for the hand of Vidal Sassoon, who created especially for Mia and the movie.
And finally here's some clothes too "Seed of Evil" of today's fashion ...
Blouse and skirt with front pockets Asos.
Drinks and neck blouse with lace at Asos.
Dress "baby doll" in navy blue and frill of lace at Asos.
Zebra Print Dress Modclothdressing style and children.
Blouse with black and white bib on Asos.
White lace dress Asos.