5 Unrealistic Movie Wardrobes
Winona Dimeo-Ediger / July 8, 2011
Unrealistic Movie Wardrobes
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Here at The Frisky we get a lot of style inspiration from movie wardrobes: the chic 1950s costumes in "The Talented Mr. Ripley", for example, or even Zach Galifianakis's T-shirt and satchel combos in "The Hangover". But every once in awhile we're distracted by a movie wardrobe for a different reason -- because it makes no sense for the character to be wearing it. From a midriff-baring nuclear physicist to a magazine intern with unlikely access to the fashion closet, here are five movie characters with wardrobes we find hard to believe, and why.