Mar 28, 2017 6:13AM

The Undeniable Style And Sass Of 'The Witches Of Eastwick'

Cher if you agree.
Sure the Hocus Pocus ladies had heaps of sass and Sabrina could change her outfit/hair at the swirl of an index finger, but The Witches of Eastwick killed it on both fronts entirely. The three mates, played by Cher, Susan Sarandon and Michelle Pfeiffer (at their total primes in 1987), were all about big hair, dope fashions and being (mostly) pretty staunch at men — particularly Daryl Van Horne, played by the man Jack Nicholson.
 
If it didn't make it into your teen witch viewing essentials, either because The Craft took up all the room or your mum cottoned on to the fairly intense sexy themes, chuck it in there now. The style and sass is undeniable. Here are some of the finest moments:
 
Big hair, defs DGAF…
 
 
Even before the girls go through some kind of ~sexual awakening~ makeover, Cher's style is A+…
 
 
As is Michelle's…
 
 
Susan defs peaks post-makeover. Check the tennis garb…
 
 
Which obvs turns into daytime drinking garb…
 
 
And her that summer dress…
 
 
Paired with a great sock and peep-toe sitch…
 
 
And just when you thought the ballerina skirt was reserved for the Carrie Bradshaws of the world… 
 
 
Ahem...
 
 
Back on the hair tip, how's these behemoth butterfly clips…
 
 
And this laced work of genius…
 
 
Their robe game is v inspired…
 
 
Even Jack rocks an abstract number…
 
 
The set is also immaculately styled. The balloon-filled scene is off the hook…
 
 
And the pool. True dreams…
 
 
Post-pool looks also very on point…
 
 
Jack in the pool, fully clothed, floating on a zebra, feeding the girls cherries might just be style personified…
 
 
As for the sass…
 
 
Photos and GIFs: Tumblr

Hayley Morgan