How to Dress Like a Woody Allen Heroine
He's given the actresses of our century some brilliant female roles, and he's never afraid to let women capture the audience's attention. His latest film, Blue Jasmine, follows the time-honored Allen tradition of letting the female lead quip, stumble, and shine. He's also mastered the art of characters that appear realistic and sexual at the same time; his heroines don't need to be perfectly made up to get what they want. The formula for dressing like a Woody Allen heroine is never going to be as simple as "pair a bright red lip with a classic up-do." The rules are a little more conceptual than what you're used to—and that's exactly what makes these girls so great.