MINI PENNY: Silver Screen Style // Annie Hall

Thursday, July 26, 2012

Silver Screen Style // Annie Hall

I'm a sucker for Woody Allen and am always struggling to decide which is my favorite film — Annie Hall or Manhattan? Annie Hall was the first Allen movie I watched that really sparked my interest in his writing — plus I have a soft spot for the ultra-relatable storyline. To this day I think Diane Keaton is one of the most beautiful and interesting ladies in Hollywood.

1. New Slack Swing Pants in Khaki (Modcloth) $38
2. The Hillside Polka Dot Tie (Madewell) $98
3. Brompton Waistcoat (AllSaints Spitalfields) £32
4. Knotted Band Wool Fedora (Forever 21) $12
5. Vintage Tennis Racket
6. Sheer Mesh Upper White Shirt (Romwe) $35
7. Liv in Burgunday Fade Sunglasses (Warby Parker) $95

1. London Blazer (NastyGal) $58
2. Blue Flannel Shirt (H&M) $25
3. Thatcher Glasses (Warby Parker) $95
4. Bing Court Cropped Trouser (Farfetch) $193
5. The Denial of Death Paperback (Amazon) $11

1. Silk Gingham Boyshirt (Madewell) $110
2. Shawl Collar Sleeveless Vest (Romwe) $36
3. Cooperative Two-Tone Brogue Skimmer (Urban Outfitters) $29
4. Lightweight Crinkle Scarf (Old Navy) $10
5. Lobster Pendant Necklace (NewLook) £2
6. 35mm Film Camera

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