Ever since Annie Hall, women have been copying Diane Keaton's unique style. The 64-year-old actress and star of Morning Glory has perfected the masculine-meets-feminine look, and manages to show her bubbly personality in every outfit she chooses. As her good friend Martin Short recently told More Magazine, "There is no one like her, and if anyone is, it's because they're trying to be like her."
Here are some of the qualities that make the star's fashion sense so enviable.
Diane Keaton is largely responsible for sparking the menswear trend, which is a very popular style this season. Her favorite designers include Prada, Paul Smith, and Marni, but she keeps an eye on every fashion house to find perfectly tailored suits. The key to looking as great in menswear pieces as Keaton is to wear them with confidence. Yes, you're a woman, but look how well you can pull off men's clothes!
New York & Company Brown Scoopneck Vest ($34.95, nyandcompany.com)
Rugby by Ralph Lauren Shepard Wool Vest ($79.99, rugby.com)
Nine West 3-Piece Pant Suit ($159, dillards.com)
Mad For Plaid
When it comes to patterns, Keaton keeps things traditional with plaid. It's a pattern that is both sophisticated and timeless, and can be worn with menswear pieces as well as more feminine ones.
Rebecca Minkoff Claude Plaid Capelet ($495, shopbop.com)
Lauren by Ralph Lauren 'Stephanie' Vest ($139, Nordstrom.com)
Lori's Shoes Plaid Scarf ($20, lorisshoes.com)
We've seen Keaton wear a large, full skirt more than a few times on the red carpet. Usually, she pairs them with a crisp, white button down or simple turtleneck and a wide belt, to add definition to her waist.
Pink Label Control Full Skirt by Shape fx ($34.99, newportnews.com)
Jones New York Signature Polka-Dot Print Skirt ($47.40, dillards.com)
Otis Skirt ($53.99, frenchconnection.com)
On being someone who loves to wear hats, Keaton told The New York Times, "There are very few of us. We're probably borderlines." It seems as if Keaton has a hat in every color, and can be seen wearing them on and off the red carpet, as well as indoors and out. It's an Annie Hall thing.
The Ampal Creative Droog Bowler in Ash ($55, revolveclothing.com)
Calypso St. Barth Gang Hat ($95, calypsostbarth.com)
See by Chloe Bowler Hat ($206.25, my-wardrobe.com)
Keaton told InStyle magazine she likes to be covered as much as possible, which is why she's commonly seen wearing gloves. But besides accessories for her hands, she says she's also a "belt person," as she wears one with just about everything… as well as a funky and unique pair of glasses!
Lord & Taylor Classic-Length Cashmere-Lined Leather Gloves ($49.99, lordandtaylor.com)
Fashion Focus dark drown wide stretch belt ($25.99, bluefly.com)
Hand Made Barrister Liberty eyeglass frames ($176, eyeglass.com)
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