Top 5 Movie Closets We'd Love to Raid

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The Coveteur

Wouldn't you love to take a walk inside Cher Horowitz's amazing closet from "Clueless"? Even though that movie came out 17 years ago (oy), we still can't get her enviable wardrobe out of our heads. In a pretty genius move, The Coveteur takes us inside Cher's closet, detailing every fabulous outfit. And that got us thinking. Of course "Clueless" makes the list, but what other fictional closets would we love to raid? Scroll down for our other fashion in film picks:

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"Devil Wears Prada"

Remember when Anne Hathaway's character first walks into the Vogue fashion closet and Stanley Tucci pulls out some fabulous heels, making over her "frumpy" work clothes? We've all had those days where we've rushed out of the house and gone to work with damp hair and a wrinkly dress. If only there was a "Devil Wears Prada"-esque closet where we could go and change into some glamorous designer getup. Here's an idea: all offices should have a fashion closet.

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"Sex and the City"

When it comes to fashion and film, how could we ever forget Carrie Bradshaw and company? The "Sex and the City" movies (the first one and the sequel) feature a super impressive amount of wardrobe changes, it's practically impossible to keep track of all the ensembles. And while Carrie's closet takes the cake, if you're more of a Charlotte or a Samantha, we're betting their closets aren't too shabby, either.

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"Breakfast at Tiffany's"

Audrey Hepburn's Holly Golightly character in "Breakfast at Tiffany's" has that classic glamour girl look that is completely timeless and will never go out of style. We wish it were possible to browse through her amazingly chic closet of pearls, little black dresses, satin gloves, and oversized sunglasses.

"Almost Famous"

OK, so we're not positive Kate Hudson's Penny Lane character even had a closet in the movie -- after all, she was a wandering groupie living on a bus. But, if she did, it was probably pretty cool. Penny Lane epitomizes the term "hippie chic," and we're guessing her closet might be a little messy, but still awesome and filled with pretty peasant tops, flare jeans, shearling jackets, and circle sunglasses.

What do you think?

What fictional closet would you love to raid?

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