Eye Candy: Dirty Dancing: Havana Nights

It's been ages since I've done an Eye Candy post with pictures of whatever catches my fancy at the moment. For today's Eye Candy fix, I turned to one of my all-time favourite guilty pleasures, Dirty Dancing: Havana Nights. I appreciated the fashion the umpteenth time around much more than Diego Luna's puppy dog eyes. Think full skirts that swish and swirl on the dance floor, belted waists, cardigans, halter dresses, retro swimsuits, and lots of ladylike details like red lips, pearls, and gloves. Enjoy!

P.S. I'm so glad I've figured out how to take screen captures in my DVD viewer.











13 comments

  1. OK, I never felt the urge to see this film, but now ... might have to stop by the video store after work.

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  2. i have not heard of this but looks prtty good.

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  3. Cute clothes! I may have to watch this one now.

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  4. aw, I adore sweetheart necklines.

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  5. I remember when this movie came out. I still haven't seen it. These costumes make it look so fun. OK, so I am one of those "judge a film by it's cover" types. Thanks for introducing me to the next movie on my NetFlix list! :)

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  6. Oooo what an awesome post, Lisa!!! I've never seen this movie because I've heard if-y things about it- but you've sold me with the fashion. I'm netflixing it (on my bf's account- haha) right now!

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  7. To everyone in this comments thread who hasn't watched it yet, if you do, please let me know what you think. :)

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  8. I felt the acting was so forced feeling in this...but I am a sucker for retro looks--love the screen caps!

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  9. TCH, I agree as far as Romola Garai's performance is concerned--I think she could've done better. But Diego Luna can do no wrong in my books (not that I'm biased or anything). <3

    Asian Cajuns, thanks for the honour!

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  10. If Jerry Orbach isn't in it, it's not a proper Dirty Dancing. Humph. Nobody puts Jerry Orbach in the corner.

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  11. Good screencaps! :) This is one of my all time favorite movies. It's got great costumes, music, dancing and the entire cast is great. What else does a flick need?

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