What to watch this weekend: Our favourite movies featuring covetable jewels
Hi lovers, we hope you've had a beautiful long weekend so far!
If, like us, you've spent a little time doing a wardrobe clear-out, and are now looking for ways to stay inspired on the sartorial front, we've rounded up four of our favourite movies with four equally muse-worthy leading ladies, each of them with truly enviable wardrobes, of course.
But before we get into our hit list, don't forget our Annual Easter Weekend Treasure Hunt is still live!
Long time L&O lovers will know that every Easter we hide special discounts between 15% up to a very naughty 40% off our vintage jewels. Despite what is going on in the world, as lovers of tradition we have chosen to keep it going - because let's be honest, we could all do with a little treat right now!
And with every L&O purchase, you help contribute to our local and international charities which look out for our loveable furry friends. Who doesn't love a feel-good indulgence?
If you're in the mood to add a little sparkle to your wardrobe, hop online, hunt through our vintage jewellery edit and find your favourite treasure.
The Treasure Hunt ends 11.59pm on Easter Monday so get in quick - a number of iconic pieces have already been snapped up.
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OUR LONG WEEKEND MOVIE MUSES
Michele Pfeiffer in Scarface, 1983
Playing ultimate seductrice Elvira Hancock, Michele stunned in plunging necklines, silk slips and elegant tailoring with that sharply iconic blonde haircut - and of course, frosting of the dazzling jewellery persuasion.
Diana Ross in Mahogany, 1975
Diana was a muse whether on or off the silver screen, but we particularly loved her super glam wardrobe and statement jewels in the must-watch American drama about a struggling fashion designer.
Lauren Hutton in American Gigolo, 1980
Those who love a pared back aesthetic will likely gravitate to Lauren's iconically chic attire in American Gigolo, opposite (in our opinion, quite the swoon-worthy) Richard Gere. Think luxury tailoring cinched in with metallic belts, textural clutch bags and mixed metal or earth-toned jewels.
Amy Adams in American Hustle, 2013
Avid fashion followers will remember Amy's fascinating character progression in this must-see film, with a transformative wardrobe to match. We love the way she works her Vintage Lanvin, Tom Ford and Gucci head-turners as her personality evolves.
And follow our Muse board on Pinterest for more lust-worthy vintage style inspiration, updated daily. x
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We hope you have a beautiful long weekend at home 🖤
Xx the L&O Team
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