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Private Icon: Grease

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While Grease may be a movie from the '70s based in the '50s, its music, characters, and fashion still hold up in 2020. From the Pink Ladies' bomber jackets to Sandy's transformation from a straight-lace high school student to a leather jacket-wearing greaser, the film's fashion was, and still is, on point. Check out some of Grease's best fashion moments and recreate them for yourself.

Sandy wore all-white at the school dance, but made sure to wear a dress she could still hand jive in.

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An updated version of Sandy's flowing white dress.

A white strappy sandal that is (hopefully) easy to dance in.

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In full prep mode, wearing a polo and skirt with the school colors.

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A bright red polo with a striped collar.

A long pleated chiffon skirt.

Sandy's transformation into a greaser, complete with a leather jacket and skin-tight pants.

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A classic leather jacket with chain details on the shoulders.

A sleek and comfortable faux leather legging.

A modern take on Sandy's red shoe (wooden heel included).

Perhaps the most iconic looks of the film belong to the Pink Ladies, along with their matching sporty jackets.

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Zadig & Voltaire

A silk pink bomber jacket with a retro-style badge on the back. It doesn't say pink ladies, but that club is too exclusive anyway.

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A slim and sleek black cigarette pant.

See more of film's private icons from Bring It On, Coyote Ugly, and Legally Blonde.

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