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Embrace Your Inner Neurotic and Dress Like Alvy Singer in Annie Hall

Aside from being one of the greatest romantic comedies ever made, Woody Allen’s Annie Hall is an instruction manual in casual, cool style.


Woody Allen’s best-known movie is Annie Hall, the story of Alvy Singer (Woody Allen) and Annie Hall (Diane Keaton) and their eccentric, loving and ultimately failed relationship. The impressive cinematography, iconic New York backdrop and creative use of breaking the third wall made this film a watershed one for Allen, winning a handful of Oscars including the Academy Award for Best Picture. An important subject in the film, aside from psychoanalysis, is style — and not just Annie’s. Alvy wears chambray, flannel, corduroy, denim and Allen’s signature glasses. The look is as classic as the film itself. Here’s how to pull off the 1970s look with 2015 panache.


Taylor Stitch The White Everyday Oxford Jack ($98) | Tanner Goods Standard Belt ($105) | Persol PO3121V 95 Glasses (Learn More) | Wallace & Barnes Selvedge Chino ($288) | Marquis by Waterford Vintage HiBall Glass ($39 for a set of 4)


Patagonia Buckshot Shirt ($79) | Filson Tin Cloth Field Jacket ($400) | Iron and Resin Engineer Chino Pant ($115) | Converse Chuck Taylor All Star ($50)


Baldwin Denim The 53 in RBX Jeans ($209) | Buck Mason Chambray Work Shirt ($88) | Quoddy Maliseet Oxford Shoes ($275) | Moscot Gelt Glasses ($250)


Nikon F2 Photomic Camera (Varies) | L.L. Bean Signature 1933 Chamois Cloth Shirt ($64) | Maine Lobster (Varies)


J.Crew Ludlow Suit in Italian Chino ($456) | Crockett and Jones Dress Belt ($180) | Corridor Oxford Blue Shirt ($195) | Bally Lackie Derby Shoe ($495)

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