Mandy Moore and Shane West in 2002's A Walk To Remember
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Private Icon: A Walk to Remember

Mandy Moore, inventor of cottagecore.

Perhaps the only thing you can recall about 2002's A Walk to Remember is how loudly you wept at the end. While fair, this means you're missing out on some primo early-aughts cottagecore fashion. Check out the Mandy Moore (as Jamie Sullivan)'s best fashion moments form the film ahead.

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It's never an inappropriate time to dust off the overalls.

Utility Field Jacket
Banana Republic

The perfect layering piece for just about any time of the year.

A more structured alternative with a cinched waist.

See on LL Bean

Few things are as timeless as a pair of denim overalls.

See on Madewell

In case you want the denim to steal all of the spotlight.

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Shy pastor's daughter, but make it fashion.

An easy-to-wear puffy-sleeve dress.

Flowing, floral, and fit for the Mandy Moore moodboard.

Yes, there are pockets.

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Yes, Mandy Moore was onto the nap dress trend about two decades before the rest of us.

All the perks of the usual cotton nap dress, but in a super-soft silk.

The Ellie Nap Dress
Hill House Home

A nap dress you might actually want to sleep in.

Peony Garden Robe

And a robe so cute you'll want to wear outdoors.

I'm not saying you can also wear this as a dress, but I am saying it's not the worst idea.

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