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2. Sarah (Elizabeth Olsen), Silent House (2012)

Elizabeth Olsen Silent House

Elizabeth Olsen’s Sarah may have been seriously spooky (and with good reason, may we add), but there’s nothing scary about her sense of style. Not only did she dole out payback to someone who really, REALLY deserved it, but she did it while looking super trendy to boot.

Sarah Collage

Canvas military jacket ($79.95, gap.com), women’s long-sleeved V-neck tee ($10.50, oldnavy.com), jersey skater skirt ($26, topshop.com), Kate Spade New York very opaque tights ($28, bloomingdales.com), Apt. 9 lurex crinkle infinity scarf ($15.99, kohls.com).

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3. Dana Polk (Kristen Connolly), The Cabin in the Woods (2012)

Kristen Connolly Cabin in the Woods

Kristen Connolly’s Dana (left) put up one fierce fight in a preppy cardigan and a pair of girly flats. We can’t speak for the deities in The Cabin in the Woods, but we have a feeling that more than a few fashion goddesses are scrambling to pick up these pieces.

 

Dana collage

 

So triangle tee ($8.40, kohls.com), women’s button-front stretch cardi ($24.94, oldnavy.com), Stilt roll up jean ($176, designsbystephene.com), Biviel women’s Mary Jane pump ($82.50, endless.com).

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