7 of The Most iconic Movie Outfits of all Time

Audrey Hepburn's little black dress: Whatever your thoughts on Holly Golightly's morals, one cannot dispute that the socialite from "Breakfast at Tiffany's" was a total showgirl.

Grace Kelly's white, strapless gown: Grace Kelly wears the most famous outfit from their collaboration a white, strapless organza dress paired with an ornate diamond necklace in her third and last film with Alfred Hitchcock.

Marilyn Monroe's white subway grate dress: Possibly the most famous piece of clothing Marilyn Monroe has ever worn is the white cocktail dress created by costume designer William Travilla for her part in "The Seven Year Itch".

Sharon Stone's icy white interrogation dress: Many people applaud "Basic Instinct" for its innovative portrayal of sexuality and sex.

Olivia Newton-John's black spandex pants: When "Grease" was filmed in 1977 and released the following year, Olivia Newton-John's high-waisted spandex pants were already considered vintage.

Reese Witherspoon's pink Jackie O look: The costume designer for "Legally Blonde," Sophie De Rakoff, visited a number of sororities in Los Angeles prior to the start of filming to gauge what colors college-age girls were drawn to.

Judy Garland's Dorothy dress: If you have even the slightest familiarity with the production of "The Wizard of Oz," you are undoubtedly aware that multiple pairs of Dorothy's ruby shoes have vanished since the picture's conclusion in 1939.

Madonna's eclectic vintage look: The director of "Desperately Seeking Susan," Susan Seidelman, claimed that Madonna was chosen for the part of Susan, the film's grifter, because she perfectly captured the vibe of downtown Manhattan in the 1980s.