In order to achieve the innocent look of Mia Farrow’s cult character “Rosemary Woodhouse”, you must invest in some mod/retro clothing. Since the film was made in 1968, the styles are classic but with a babydoll twist. Florals, plaids, and tropic print are ideal.
Seen above are several examples of classic pieces inspired by the film. Trenchcoats, peacoats, and even fur coats were worn throughout the film, so pairing that with a boater hat or beanie will give you that Rosemary feel without going overboard.
For those looking to get it perfectly right, dresses with decorative buttons, bows, and high collars (reminiscent of a sailor girl) are what to look for. Through my research, I’ve found that the best (and mildly pricey) place to look is modcloth.com. Their prices range from $22 – $400 on dresses.
Another thing to look for in a Rosemary dress is a babydoll silhouette. These are not only cute for preggos, but for any summertime lounging. Combined with a stylish button up jacket, hat of some sort, and basic flats or kitten heels, you’ll be rocking Rosemary’s look in no time!