Natalie Portman’s ‘Clueless’ Outfit Approved by Alicia Silverstone

These “Clueless” outfits are absolutely unchallenged.

Natalie Portman and Tessa Thompson paid tribute to the 1995 rom-com, posing in coordinated pleated skirts and cardigans as they promoted their upcoming movie “Thor: Love and Thunder.”

Portman, 45, shared the photo with the caption “Having a clueless… moment during yesterday’s junket,” and Cher Horowitz herself fell in on the act.

Alicia Silverstone, 45, gave her stamp of approval for Valley Girl and reposted the outfits to her Instagram story Wednesday night, raving, “You both look amazing.”

Portman’s look is basically a yellow checked Dior suit paired with a midriff-bare crop top and black Doc Martens, while Thompson rocked a black and white skirt with long braids, as did “Clueless” star Dionne Davenport, played by Stacey Dash.

Thompson, 38, shared the seal of approval, adding: “Posted this from the afterlife”, thanking Silverstone. Her hairstylist Lacy Redway explained that she was “obsessed” with the movie choice, because “they would come down every day in coordinated outfits that none of us had planned.”

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The movie came out in 1995, but the costumes still hold up well.
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Kat Dennings responded to the “Black Swan” star’s post: “Oh, I’m obsessed” and makeup artist Saraï Fiszel called it “double trouble”. Another commenter said “I want to see this movie”, and asked them to “please reboot”.

Portman and Thompson aren’t the first A-Listers to pay tribute to the cult classic lately; Cara Delevingne opted for a tartan peekaboo top, and Olivia Rodrigo debuted a vintage Chanel pink plaid set at the White House.

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Fans called on Thompson and Portman to reboot the cult classic.
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Even Silverstone is still a fan. Last July, she celebrated the film’s 26th anniversary by donning the classic yellow jacket to recreate the iconic Calvin Klein scene with her son.

Will you soon be saying Sayonara to “Clueless” style? As if.

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