I only want to wear pieces that would appear in Rosemary Woodhouse's wardrobe.
The wardrobe in "Rosemary's Baby" is mod babydoll frocks, pastel muumuus, the perfect pregnant pixie cut, over-sized Peter Pan collars, with a back drop of New York City in the '70's creates the quintessential aesthetic for a hot Summer in the city.
Other parts of this film that reach aesthetic perfection: Ruth Gordon and THE INTERIORS OF THE DAKOTA. I can barely handle the wallpaper and clean, crisp, white decor. I would live IN this movie, even with the devil spawn present.