The Best Netflix Movies That Become A Style Sensation For The Industry

The movies we watch shape our sense of style and our daily lives in general. A season of Peaky Blinders has us chewing on a pencil, speaking with a heavy British accent and wearing long overcoats. When it comes to style feel, some of the best Netflix movies can change yours.

That’s why we bring you some of the best Netflix features that have become a hot trend. You find a lot of these looks imitated by influencers and celebrities, especially around Halloween time. But now you can see the features that have become the style sensation for the industry.

1. The Queen’s Wager

In this feature film, Anya Taylor Joy redefines the elegance and beauty of a woman. The actress is portrayed as a young prodigy, growing up with a talent for chess, who competes in what turns out to be a male-dominated sport. She is determined to prove them wrong by using her gifted talent to be victorious.

The costume design and fashion trend of Queen’s Gambit is a modern look of civilized society. The costume designer is particularly proud of the design choices, as he says he was inspired by chess pieces.

2. Emilie in Paris

Emily in Paris was a frenzied fashion report that gave everyone ideas. Why wouldn’t it be? Considering the fact, the show’s costume designer was tasked with making Sarah Jessica Parker a fashion icon in “Sex and The City.” Patricia Field, the legendary designer, did everything possible to mix the US/France wardrobe in the show.

The show stars Chicago’s Emily Cooper, who gets a job as a babysitter in her favorite place, Paris. Being an outsider from a faraway land, she goes through difficulties blending in, but is later helped by friends along the way. It was Netflix’s big creation of 2020, but it was the fashion sense that won over the audience.

3. 7 days away

This next pick is a documentary that takes us behind the scenes of the world’s 6 most iconic events. They not only capture the greatest in sports, space and entertainment, but fashion too. To our fashion lovers, the 5thand episode of their season is a must.

It is based on fashion’s biggest event, the Chanel Haute Couture show. During Paris Fashion Week, the Chanel team must jostle deadlines, flaws and challenges to put together the best show, designed by Karl Lagerfeld. It’s the biting backstage feature that has audiences hooked.


Classy British shows from the 1900s are still trendsetters for us. The classic look at London society isn’t full of good ethics and lessons, but their fashion sense was on point. This Netflix Original takes us through the elite lifestyle of the Bridgerton family.

It’s also about the love story of the young princess searching for a perfect suitor, when she falls in love with a dashing young member of the Whistledown family. They both go against the understandings and cultures of society to be united in a sacred marriage.

Overall production and fashion design make this feature a great watch. The series’ costume designer Ellen Mironjnick claims to have opened a small factory just to design the entire cast’s wardrobe from scratch. She says “it was the greatest thing I’ve ever thought of, and it was a lot of fun.”

5. The Crown

The people most judged for their wardrobe are kings and queens (no, not just celebrities). They must dress well, eat well and greet each other well. The people of the kingdom learn proper etiquette and fashion early on, which makes this show the best for fashion fans.

The story tells of the journey of Queen Elizabeth II. Throughout his reign, rigorous adversity, political challenges and struggles defined the future of the 21st century. The Queen’s daily routine is what inspires viewers to dress like a queen (a real one!)

The attention to detail and precision in the wardrobe is commendable. The creator, Amy Roberts, is an award-winning artist who has been called in for many shows like An Englishman Abroad, Oliver Twist, The Virgin Queen, etc. She drew inspiration for the design from old magazines, films and photographs of the royal realm.


Netflix movies have the kind of energy that compels people to get fitter, dress better, and act better. It’s like the time men got the motivation to grow beards after watching Chris Evans in Infinity Wars. With new productions in the works, be sure to catch the next Netflix Originals, as they are sure to inspire your fashion sense. Happy spreading!

Alfonso E. Cramer