The Devil Wears Prada 2 is arriving soon; here are some iconic fashion trends to lookout from first film

The first film, which starred Anne Hathaway and Meryl Streep, delivered major style moments while highlighting Andrea, aka Andy, personal struggles with the moral conundrums of the fashion industry.

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Disney is working on a follow-up to the popular 2006 chick-flick The Devil Wears Prada.The script for the film was revised by Aline Brosh McKenna, who is also writing the script for The Devil Wears Prada 2, and is based on Lauren Weisberger’s best-selling novel of the same name.

 

The movie features a number of amazing office fashion moments that have solidified Anne and Meryl as the ultimate office sirens, thanks to costume designer Patricia Fields, who is also well-known for her work on Sex and the City.

Here are some trends on office fashion which is still relevant and charming.

One of Andy's first fashion magazine-appropriate outfits

It was one of the most stylish looks of the show, this black dress with the white cuffs. The ensemble is recognized as one of the initial sources of inspiration for the office siren craze that has taken the corporate world by storm in 2024.

Miranda Priestley's matador outfit

This look is even more stylish now than it was before thanks to the red belt and quirky jewelry.

Miranda Priestly's white tied blouse is elegant while being work-appropriate

This knotted white blouse with a large black pearl necklace is an outfit that we can’t get enough of. The ensemble is balanced for an office-appropriate appearance by the dimensional neckline and hoop earrings, which add a sophisticated touch.

When Andy really came into her own with an all-white ensemble

The white trench coat with a newsboy cap and large bag is a chef’s kiss—perfect for a chilly, rainy morning, especially when heading out for coffee.

Emily from 'The Devil Wears Prada' is getting her own novel

The secret is to find an outfit that accentuates your best features and makes working at a desk all day comfortable. A checkered dress with an unusual neckline is one such option.

Miranda's royal purple dress oozes Editor-In-Chief of a high-end fashion magazine

A short dress with high heels and hoops isn’t usually appropriate for the workplace, but a dress with a high neckline conveys strength and confidence. Similar to Miranda’s royal purple outfit, which exudes an air of high-end fashion magazine editor-in-chief.

A bold green coat paired with cheetah print is a true sartorial choice

Trench coats in shades of black and brown have been a wardrobe staple for the past few years, but a bold color with some in-style prints will never go wrong. This goes for shirts, pants, dresses, and especially skirts; pair them with neutral shoes and you’re set.

Priestly's orange scarf perfectly complemented her dark green coat

Adding a pop of color to a monochrome ensemble never fails to draw attention, as seen in Priestly’s bottle green coat and vermillion scarf

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