Winona Ryder has been one of the most influential icons of the 90s, starring in those movies that took away a piece of our hearts. We are talking Beetlejuice, Girl, interrupted and Edward Scissorhands among the most memorable platforms for Winona to show off the traits we love her so much for: charms, a flawless face, and a way to rock those quirky, borderline-weird outfits. Here are our favorite ways in which Winona showed herself throughout the years, with indisputable grace and fascinating personality.
Lydia seems to go by the holy rule of all-black-everything, but there is little holiness in this character. We love her because she is one of a kind, and knows how to style a hat (and some Tim Burton-y bangs).
Kim’s brightly colored outfits are already perfectly fitting in the quiet suburban backdrop, but nothing is as iconic as the Christmas party white outfit (and the one in which love to Edward is declared, no less).
Night on Earth
Playing a young taxi driver, Winona reincarnates all things brilliantly 90s: shirt over t-shirt, chain, and even a baseball cap (turned backwards, of course).
“Not exactly a ball of joy”, Susanna strolls around the mental institution in androgynous clothing that is to die for. Also, her haircut is the quintessential pixie cut to this day.
So 80s it hurts, but in a good way. This cult film is a must-see if you haven’t watched it yet, with some paper and pen to take notes on the astounding fashion.