The most iconic orange outfits

A very powerful, distinctive and always in-trend color, orange has left its mark in the film industry. Naturally, it has turned some movie characters and their outfits legendary.

1- Lloyd Christmas’ suit in Dumb And Dumber (1994)

22 years after its release, the classic comedy by the mighty Farrelly Bros remains one of the funniest of its genre. It has a lot to do with Jim Carrey’s character Lloyd and his orange, very very bright orange suit!

2- Halle Berry’s swimsuit in Die Another Day (2002)

She’s probably one of the most charismatic “James Bond Girl” to wear orange: we give you the mesmerizing Halle Berry. FYI, the bikini she is seen rocking in this scene was a colored edition of the one Ursula Andress wore back in 1962 in the very first James Bond movie, Dr. No

3- The X Wings pilots' flight suits in Star Wars V1 – The Return Of The Jedi (1983)
You probably see this one a lot during Halloween. It is also a less than appropriate outfit for a galactic pilot. Still it will forever be associated with the guy who made it famous: Luke Skywalker. You ask why?... well because it's orange. Duh!

4- Hannibal Lecter’s prisoner uniform in The Silence Of The Lambs (1991)

Some say that orange represents warmth. Well not when it comes to Hannibal Lecter and his orange prisoner uniform. It is the very outfit the pscycho-shrink wears – with a muzzle on his face – when he is taken out of his maximum-security prison.

5- Leelou’s suspenders in The Fifth Element (1997)

Who would have thought that a plain piece of elastic would become so iconic? Seems like, once again, Jean Paul Gaultier – as the movie’s costume designer – knew exactly what he was doing. He went for orange and minimalistic and the result was unprecedented!
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