As mentioned in our previous article about the Barbie movie, the live-action film is a must-watch. Not only does it serve as an excellent entertainment option for your kids, but it also evokes nostalgia for the older audience who grew up watching the animated series. Besides, it’s the perfect time to talk about the film's fashion since it’s one of the most intriguing aspects. And guess what? We’ve got more! In this article, we’ll be discussing the fashion's latest intricacies in the movie as well as some great Barbie inspired pieces made by Vex over the years.
From childhood to adulthood, Barbie remains a style icon for everyone. She has always been a reflection of womanhood in her fashion choices, trailblazing trends and, in the movie, it’s no different. In the movie, we witness the main character enjoyably experimenting with different fashion styles, from chic dresses to denim jumpsuits. Not to mention, the color schemes and patterns contribute to the movie's overall aesthetic, from the homes to the detailed clothing pieces.
To be specific, the denim jumpsuit that Barbie wears in the movie is both timeless and modern. Through her outfit, we see how vibrant colors can play a role in making an effortlessly chic look that still remains timeless. The combination of fitted denim and a bright pink turtleneck crop top serves as a delightful contrast that we can make in real life.
The soundtrack of the Barbie Movie is yet another aspect that's worth talking about. With an incredible lineup of artists, the melodies match up well with the visuals. Dua Lipa, Nicki Minaj, Charlie XCX, Karol G, Billie Eilish, and Sam Smith are among the artists featured on the Barbie movie soundtrack. It's worth noting that these artists are also customers of Vex Latex.
The Barbie movie's fashion i.e., a mix of classic and innovation, serves as a reflection of the changing dynamics of the fashion industry, incorporating and implementing more diversity and inclusivity. Additionally, Barbie's wholehearted style in the fashion industry' is perfection. We expect more dynamic collaborations like this in the future.
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