All The Stylish Looks That Caught Our Attention From The Queen’s Gambit
Beth Harmon aced '60s fashion
If you haven’t binge-watched Netflix’s latest show, The Queen’s Gambit, we recommend you do so already. And no, you don’t need to know chess to watch the show. The protagonist and chess prodigy, Beth Harmon, played by actor Anya Taylor-Joy, beats almost every male opponent (and some are top champions in the world). And she does so with utmost poise, dressed in the most elegant clothes. While the limited series focuses on her love for chess, how she deals with addiction and breaks stereotypes during her chess championships, there’s something else that has made a huge buzz: her evolving wardrobe.
From A-line silhouettes to checked printed ensembles, we can’t get enough of the chess genius’ sartorial choices that are reminiscent of the ’60s fashion. Swipe through for a glimpse of the looks that have caught our attention from The Queen’s Gambit:
Beth channels her '60s glam whilst pairing her cat-eye shades with a printed top and A-line, short skirt.
Beth shows her love for chess with her outfits as well. She donned a checked trench with leather gloves with so much class.
A combination we see even today, she donned a plaid, midi dress and paired it with a classic white shirt.
The black turtleneck knitted dress made her look fierce in this scene.
How chic does Beth look in this elegant, mint-green pussy-bow dress!
If there's one thing we know about Beth, it's that she loves to spend her money on clothes. Even while shopping, she wears the best outfits. The pink-checked woolen trench coat elevated her grey textured dress.
The silk headscarf paired with a geometric checked shirt and a black skirt was another major '60s trend.
Beth kept it simple, yet sophisticated with a maroon, sleeveless dress.
Beth mixed light and dark yellow shades with her peter pan collared tee and A-line midi skirt.
When Beth arrives in Russia for her final game with Vasily Burgov, she comes with the mindset to win and this look is proof. She oozed finesse with a black belted trench and long, straight-fit pants.
In the last scene after she beat Burgov, Beth wore an all-white ensemble which is said to be inspired by the white queen chess piece.