Julia Roberts’ Most Memorable On-Screen Looks

From her iconic attires in Pretty Woman to her understated elegance in Notting Hill, Julia Roberts has had many memorable fashion moments throughout her illustrious career. Let’s look back at some of her most beautiful movie appearances.

Mona Lisa Smile (2003)–In the 1950s period drama, ‘Mona Lisa Smile’, Julia Roberts played art teacher Katherine Ann Watson, who understood the power of red lips, an enormous coat and a beret.
Erin Brockovich (2000)–Both her leopard-print tops and leather miniskirts were iconic pieces in Roberts’ wardrobe.
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My Best Friend’s Wedding (1997)–Roberts, in all her lavender-satined magnificence, is the only person who can make being friend-zoned seem appealing.
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Pretty Woman (1990)–Roberts first appeared as Vivian in the movie that made Hollywood fall in love with her, wearing a cut-out little dress and thigh-high boots. Next followed the crimson ballgown, the polka-dot dress and the sexy suit, not to mention the monochrome dress and wide-brim straw hat she wore, in what is arguably the best on-screen shopping scene ever.
Steel Magnolias (1989)–Roberts got married in a satin gown with a bow-adorned bodice in the movie for which she won her first Oscar nomination.
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Mystic Pizza (1988)–Roberts’ first significant film role propelled her to popularity, her iconic head of curls flowing over a red button-down cardigan.
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Notting Hill (1999)–The best part of the movie is Roberts’ leather jacket and black beret combination with the possible exception of that classic line – “I’m just a girl, standing in front of a boy, asking him to love her”.
Closer (2004)–In this romantic drama, she made the case for a timeless, pristine white shirt as Anna.
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Charlie Wilson’s War (2007)–In this comedy, where big hair and ball gowns were in vogue, she oozed beauty.