By now, you’ve most likely seen the photos – or subsequently, memes — of Adam Driver and Lady Gaga filming the crime movie House of Gucci. While we’re looking forward to watching the story, the film’s luxurious ‘80s and ‘90s fashion is no doubt a huge highlight — peep Gaga’s fluffy white hat.
The hotly anticipated drama is based on the true story of Patrizia Reggiani (Gaga) and Maurizio Gucci (Driver). If you’re not sure of the plot, just know that Gucci was the notoriously high rolling heir of the fashion house, while Reggiana once said: “I would rather weep in a Rolls-Royce than be happy on a bicycle.” We love the rich, blasé attitude here — but we’re not quite rolling in it ourselves. Instead, we’ve gathered eight pieces that give off the same vibe, all while costing less than $100 each.
Obviously, a hat like Gaga’s had to be included. For under $20, you too can now look like a rich widow... or a Russian model — just don’t forget to accessorize with a sultry smize.
No coat — besides maybe the jean jacket – was as iconic in the ‘80s and ‘90s. This tan iteration comes with puffy sleeves to further the rich housewife vibe, but comes at 50 percent off.
More was more in the ‘80s, meaning this cheetah and chain print silky scarf matches the theme perfectly. Wrap it around your neck or your head for a chic and sophisticated look.
Though we can’t have Adam Driver eating out of our hands like Lady Gaga, we can emulate one of her looks through this polka dot dress. With a fitted waist and loose skirt, this dress is a great mix of regal and retro.
While Adam Driver’s retro glasses are just a prop, this pair actually provides blue light protection. Coming in five shades, these aviators add a touch of fun and nostalgia to working from home.
While we won’t be donning ‘80s puffy sleeves anytime soon, this silky top features just the right amount of billowy sleeve, while also spotlighting ‘80s ruching. Its satiny texture is similar to a top seen on Gaga while filming House of Gucci.
Argyle was huge in the ‘80s and ‘90s, and is returning in full steam. This quirky vest plays on the classic pattern by adding a modern graphic of two animal friends hugging. We wish Reggiani and Gucci could’ve worked out their differences similarly…