Women

Ramona Flowers

In Scott Pilgrim vs. the World, the mysterious Ramona Flowers (Mary Elizabeth Winstead) has seven evil exes and a lot going on with her attire. Though she’s not into sharing much about her life, Ramona is into layering her clothes and changing her hair color, a lot. Of course, if you’re into her look but not into dyeing your hair, not to mention your bathroom sink, you can always opt for a wig.

Melisandre of Asshai

In Game of Thrones, Melisandre of Asshai (Carice van Houten) is a mysterious priestess who becomes the trusted advisor to Stannis Baratheon. When Stannis’s younger brother Renly rebels against him, Melisandre births a killer shadow monster baby to take him out.

April O’Neil

Meet April O’Neil, a passionate and headstrong reporter for Channel 6 News who’s a good friend to the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. For unknown reasons, she wears a yellow jumpsuit on the job and remains friends with the insufferable Irma.

Tiffi from Candy Crush Saga

Tiffi must complete each candy-filled level in Candy Crush Saga in order to help the other characters, who always seem to need something fixed.

Olive Hoover from Little Miss Sunshine

Abigail Breslin plays Olive Hoover, a little girl with dreams of becoming the next Little Miss Sunshine. With the other contestants being so heavily made up, spray tanned, and pageant trained, she seems out of her league. But when she gets on stage, Olive puts on a show to remember.

Tiffany Maxwell

In Silver Linings Playbook, Tiffany Maxwell (Jennifer Lawrence) is a recent widow going through a meltdown when she meets Pat Jr. You might say that her wardrobe is bipolar — part Hot Topic, part Foot Locker.

Selina Kyle as Catwoman

In the Dark Knight Rises, Selina Kyle (Anne Hathaway) is a cat burglar who’s cunning enough to steal from Batman. Here you can dress in the Catwoman guise or go more low key for the getaway.

Roxanne “Roxie” Richter

Half-ninja and the fourth evil ex of Ramona Flowers, Roxie Richter (Mae Whitman) embraces the line between industrial goth and lazy ninja. Dressed in all black, save for the silver belt and red lipstick, you can easily steal her look from a trip to Hot Topic and that’s not necessarily a bad thing. Although, you may have to put holes in the tights yourself. Bonus points if you can do it while disappearing in a cloud of smoke.

Wednesday Addams

Wednesday Addams is in an inspiration to goth girls everywhere. With her pale skin and all black clothing, the most color you will see on the grim little girl is red nail polish. Although, who has time for make-up when you’re plotting ways to kill your little brother?

Layla from Buffalo ’66

It takes a heck of a person to pull off dance clothes when meeting their fake husband’s parents for the first time. But Christina Ricci as Layla in Buffalo ’66 makes it seem effortless, even with several pounds of blue eye shadow on. It’s no surprise that Billy Brown is so excited to tell everyone that, “There’s a girl who loves me, and she’s very pretty.” Agreed, Billy.