We all secretly love a romcom, and the 90s classics do it best. From 10 Things I Hate About You to When Harry Met Sally, I don’t think we’ll ever tire on these stories. But we also never tire of their style as the 90s cycle back into our trends again making us reach for mini shoulder bags and grunge-inspired accessories. A firm favourite of ours; Notting Hill. The ultimate love story to make you want to wander around bookshops until you find your soulmate, Julia Robert’s style in this film is amazing. A beloved reference for our day-to-day dressing, Julia Roberts’ Anna is a style icon. Here are the lessons we learnt from Julia Roberts’ Notting Hill outfits.
#1 The perfect shades are a must
If there’s one thing Julia Roberts’ Notting Hill outfits taught us for certain, it’s that the right sunglasses work wonders. Anna’s simple cat-eye shades are her most recognisable and iconic accessory, perfectly framing her face without being too big. With their classic black frame, Julia Roberts’ sunnies merge glamour and grunge for the ultimate 90s cool-girl vibe. Shades like these never go out of type so we’ll be investing, making sure to find the shape best suited to our face shape.