No one ever tires of Diane Keaton’s most iconic film wardrobe, even 34 years later (let’s give a shout-out to costume designer Ruth Morley!).
Her plain white shirt was a little oversized and wrinkly.
In 1977, an elegant tie became a feminine staple.
This giant African sisal bag became an instant classic.
A traditional saddle shoe is starting to look fresh again.
Annie wore a derby, but she messed with it a bit to make it less stiff.
Big tortoise sunglasses had a stylishly intellectual appeal.
A men’s-style suit vest was buttoned in a charmingly haphazard fashion.
Somehow, the bagginess of her chinos made them so much cooler than a well-fitting pair.