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It’s out with Nancy Meyers drapey linens and in with tailored plaids, tights and sweater sets.
Also known as #MegRyanFall, this aesthetic adopts Meg Ryan’s wardrobe from the trifecta of Nora Ephron rom-coms: “When Harry Met Sally,” “Sleepless in Seattle” and “You’ve Got Mail.” This vibe is giving autumn in New York coziness with a preppy, retro edge.
Though the common thread through this look is writer/director Ephron and actress Ryan’s collaborations, each film offers a slightly different take on the look. We’ll break it down by film:
Which movie do you take fashion inspiration from?