It’s a new year, so it’s about time you revamped your lingerie wardrobe. Update your drab bras and panties with some fresh pieces inspired by our favorite leading ladies. Unfortunately, we don’t have our own on-set costume designers to handpick our outfits every morning (the agony!) so we’re here to help you out. Check out our favorite film underpinnings and how to wear them today.

Anne Bancroft in “The Graduate” (1967)

Mrs. Robinson (Bancroft) seduces a young Dustin Hoffman in these underpinnings hand picked by costume designer Patricia Zipprodt. Seduce them all in this ultra lacy bra.

Elizabeth Taylor in “Cat on a Hot Tin Roof” (1958)

Helen Rose designed Elizabeth Taylor’s iconic look in this film. Toss on your favorite silk blouse and perfect that cat eye to channel Liz.

Jean Harlow in “Dinner at Eight” (1933)

Adrian Adolph Greenberg designed the art deco-inspired costumes for this film. Tune into your vintage-chic side and throw this robe over everything!

Kirsten Dunst in “Marie Antoinette” (2006)


Milena Canonero won the Academy Award for Best Achievement in Costume Design for her work on this film. Aside from the nice big diva fan, you’ll need a dessert-worthy corset and frosty locks to achieve this look.

Marilyn Monroe in “Some Like It Hot” (1959)

Orry-Kelly was the costumer designer responsible for Marilyn Monroe’s super sassy underpinnings. Get the Marilyn look by following this easy makeup tutorial!

Sophia Loren in “Marriage Italian Style” (1964)

Costume designer Piero Tosi made sure Loren won the see-through dress game literally 50 years before Rihanna did. So, how to make a Loren statement? Grab a lacy, see-through babydoll and tease that hair!

Catherine Deneuve in “Belle de Jour” (1968)


Lingerie for “Belle de Jour” was graciously supplied by Yves Saint Laurent. Get a cute robe to lounge in, and perfect your pink lip to match!

Nicole Kidman in “Moulin Rouge!” (2001)

An amazing performance by Nicole Kidman is even better alongside the brilliant costume design of Catherine Martin & Angus Strathie. Channel your inner Satine with this chic corset and a bright red lip.

Margot Robbie in “The Wolf of Wall Street” (2013)

Sandy Powell was the costume designer on The Wolf of Wall Street set, and aside from the insane tailoring for the Wolf and his crew, she dressed the gorgeous vixen, lingerie designer & wife of the Wolf, Margot Robbie. Go Margot with this cami and short set…and a little (a lot of) attitude.

Which starlet would you want to emulate? Let us know how you would add these looks to your everyday wardrobe!