Oz: The Great and Powerful star Michelle Williams strolls around New York City on July 14 with her beau, Jason Segel, 32, and daughter, Matilda Legder, 6, after watching the acclaimed Broadway show, Jersey Boys.
The blonde bombshell wore a blue floral dress and jet black cat-eye sunglasses, donning a vintage flare reminiscent of Golden Era icon Marilyn Monroe.
What other A-listers are glamming it up with this old Hollywood style?
Celebuzz can’t help but notice a similarity between the new Hollywood and old Hollywood style stars.
Actress Blake Lively stunned at the Savages premiere in Los Angeles on June 25, wearing a striped Zuhair Murad gown accompanied with a fire red pout and loose blonde waves. The 24-year-old triggered a nostalgic image, as her presence mirrored that of the original Barbie doll.
Emma Stone also travels back in time with her August 2012 Vogue cover. Portraying her thin frame, short blonde bob, smokey eyes, and pale complexion, the Amazing Spider-Man actress channeled one of Andy Warhol‘s muses, Edie Sedgwick.
Another Tinseltown scarlet with that old Hollywood glamour is Mila Kunis. The 28-year-old actress recently posed for Dior’s spring handbag campaign — looking like a young Jackie Onassis for the couture house.
As for Williams, she’s willing to turn back the clock with more than her style. At this year’s Comic-Con, she revealed she’d be up for a Dawson’s Creek reunion. The show, which ran from 1998 to 2003, launched her career.
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