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The most iconic fashion moments from Pretty Woman

Over at Stylist HQ, we consider ourselves Pretty Woman fanatics, which is why we had to do something to commemorate 25 years since the film was released.

The story of a prostitute, Vivian Ward, who falls in love with business man Edward Lewis, it's a modern twist on George Bernard Shaw's play Pygmalion

While we love watching the romance unfold between the pair, it's the clothes that really tell the story of Vivian's transformation..

Take a look at our top 10 outfits in the gallery below. 

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