Michelle Pfeiffer has been on the scene for a long, long time, nabbing her first TV role in 1978 — and she's looked amazing from day one. In honor of her Golden Globe nomination for her performance in "The Wizard of Lies" — in which she plays Ruth Madoff, the wife of Bernie Madoff, who swindled millions from people in his decades-long Ponzi scheme — Wonderwall.com is taking a look at Michelle's most classic looks from when she hit the big time in the 1980s. First up is the beautiful blue deep-V slip dress she wore while filming 1983's "Scarface." Even after all this time, it's still a look that could kill on a red carpet. Keep reading to see more of Michelle's epic looks from the '80s… and make sure to root for her to win her second Golden Globe (she won her first in 1989!) on Jan. 7, 2018!
The printed denim jacket! The strong eyebrow! That dark blush lip! On the set of the 1987 movie "The Witches of Eastwick," Michelle Pfeiffer wore the kind of outfit that can be seen almost anywhere these days. Seriously, who wouldn't want this denim jacket?! Pull it out of the archives!
Boho chic! In 1982, Michelle Pfeiffer stunned in a white belted peasant blouse. The top, with its wide sleeves, is something ladies have been rocking for decades, but no one perfects the look quite like her.
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When Michelle Pfeiffer wore this outfit to pose for a publicity portrait for the 1980s show "BAD Cats," it was at the peak of popularity for the TV show "The Dukes of Hazzard." Michelle's classic take on Daisy Duke's style holds up today, as this look is as trendy as ever.
Michelle Pfeiffer was the picture of casual chic in this 1986 shot in which she wore an oversized blazer with a fringed scarf while out with first husband Peter Horton of "Thirtysomething" fame. Her accessories were also on-point — timeless tortoise shell sunglasses and large hoop earrings.
More menswear! At the "Sweet Liberty" premiere in 1986, Michelle Pfeiffer hung with Alan Alda as she showed off her menswear-inspired look: a black blazer, high-waisted pants and a tucked-in button-down with an embellished collar. This is a look that just keeps coming back in style!
Easy and breezy! In a still from the 1985 ABC afterschool special "One Too Many," Michelle Pfeiffer stunned in subtly striped pants and a comfy plaid button-down with rolled-up sleeves. To this day, it remains a go-to weekend look!
"Scarface" delivered some of Michelle Pfeiffer's most fashion-forward looks, and this loungewear/lingerie outfit from the 1983 movie is no exception. It's the perfect mix of sultry and comfortable and Michelle looks absolutely incredible and ready for anything in it — whether she's heading to bed or a night out.
On April 9, 1987, Michelle Pfeiffer — in a fitted, belted skirt, black blazer and coordinated hat — hung out with Hollywood agent Ed Limato at the American Film Institute Lifetime Achievement Award Salute to Barbara Stanwyck at the Beverly Hilton hotel in Beverly Hills. While his scarf is a bit formal and out of style, her hat is still the mark of cool girls everywhere.
In 1989, Michelle Pfeiffer was photographed in this white tucked-in, rolled-sleeve tee that she paired with a floppy hat and circular shades. While the photo is almost 30 years old, it looks like it could be from any fashionista's Instagram today.
This 1985 look from Michelle Pfeiffer — she wore it to a screening of the film "After Hours" that Sept. 11 — is making a major comeback. The pairing of a silk top with a long, fitted denim skirt and blazer might be classic '80s, but it's slowly becoming a staple of this decade too.
Michelle Pfeiffer can even make period clothing look chic! On the set of the 1986 movie "Sweet Liberty," she wore this enviable cloak with a fur collar. All you need to do is remove the American Revolution-era bonnet and you've got an expensive-looking coat that will be the envy of everyone else.
A white T-shirt never goes out of style, especially when it's paired with a straw fedora and a loose-fitting blazer with rolled-up sleeves, like Michelle Pfeiffer wore in 1985. Here's hoping that this look stays in style for another 30 years!
One thing is for sure: In the '80s, Michelle Pfeiffer loved donning menswear. Fortunately for her, she pulled it off every time. At the Academy Awards Governors Ball on March 29, 1989, she went for a slightly more casual look while hanging with Glenn Close — not sure you could get away with this at the Oscars today — and accessorized with oversized cufflinks and a collar brooch.
On the set of the 1987 movie "The Witches of Eastwick" with Cher, Susan Sarandon and Jack Nicholson, Michelle Pfeiffer was easily the most stylish character thanks to her pork pie hat and short-sleeved patterned blouse. The styling is no different from something you'd see any hipster wearing today.
In 1982 on the set of "Grease 2," Michelle Pfeiffer stunned in this angelic Grecian-style dress, which was quite a departure from the casual menswear looks she favored off-screen at the time. She proved she could pull off ultra-femme just as well as blazers and button-downs.
On the chilly London set of "Into the Night" on April 1, 1985, Michelle Pfeiffer snuggled up to co-star Jeff Goldblum as she only had a blue floral-print blazer to keep her warm. While the look might not be great in cold weather, it makes up for it by being the exact kind of '80s revival fashion that is so popular now.
Michelle Pfeiffer's beachy '80s waves and sleeveless collared button-down have stayed in vogue by being the kind of effortlessly chic look every woman wants during a hot summer day. In 1987, the future mom of two wore this while filming the movie "The Witches of Eastwick."
A black mock turtleneck will never, ever go out of style, as proven here by Michelle Pfeiffer in this still from the 1982 movie "Grease 2." Just as she would today, she tucked the fitted shirt in and wore it with high-waisted jeans and a colored belt — an enduring classic, period piece or not!
Throughout the '80s, Michelle Pfeiffer's street style was consistently on-point, so much so that many of her looks are still wearable today. In this still from the 1988 movie "Tequila Sunrise" with Mel Gibson, her character's beach style is just as trendsetting. With her hair tied back, she looked like the girl next door in an oversized unbuttoned sweatshirt. It's as perfect today as it was in 1988.