10. Marie Antoinette (Kirsten Dunst), Marie Antoinette (2006)
Marie Antoinette's meringue-like frocks and excessive wigs encapsulated the age of French pomp and prosperity.
A renowned shopaholic, the infamous Viennese knew how to dress (except she didn't dress herself, of course. That's what maids were for).
How We'd Dress Her: As The Thing (1982)
Unfortunately, all that spending didn't sit well with the peasants.
Antoinette was the ultimate sufferer for style, and had her head lopped off by jealous, unfashionable paupers.
If it were up to us, she would have reaped her revenge, her disembodied head morphing into a giant spider-creature to chase all those rotten, bitter little beggars back to the countryside.
11. Holly Golightly (Audrey Hepburn), Breakfast At Tiffany's (1961)
The most elegant woman to grace the big screen playing one of the greatest style icons of cinema.
It's said that Hepburn's elegance is due, in part, to her petite frame (in 1953 her waist measured just 20 inches).
We'd like to put that theory to the test...
How We'd Dress Her: Could Holly still be elegant in the Gold Space Suit from Sunshine (2007)?
We think it'd be just her cup of tea. It's all glittery. She likes glittery.
Granted, it might overwhelm her slight build just a tad. The arms might flap about at the ends and she'd get a baggy bottom.
Plus, she might not be able to get that cigarette holder past the glass visor...