We discuss our favorite on-screen fashions -- Amber Valletta's Versace jacket from ''Hitch'' and Uma Thurman's Dolce & Gabbana tank from ''Be Cool'' are some items we love

By Clarissa Cruz
Updated March 21, 2005 at 05:00 AM EST

Looking for some spring fashion inspiration? It’s all just a movie ticket or remote click away — as in these pop-culture-inspired must-haves.

1 AMBER VALLETTA’S VERSACE JACKET IN HITCH Valletta’s flirty update of the classic trench — fitted and with a tiered peplum — cements her socialite character’s style savvy. Now if we could just figure out what she sees in Albert (Kevin James).

2 UMA THURMAN’S DOLCE & GABBANA TANK IN BE COOL For her latest dance-off with Pulp Fiction costar John Travolta, Thurman (sans Pulp‘s jet-black bob) trades a prim button-down white shirt for a tight tank with a nude emblazoned in gold. Very cool indeed.

3 J. LO’S DIOR CARGO PANTS IN THE ”GET RIGHT” VIDEO We thought cargo pants were over too, but her loose-yet-low version — worn with a midriff-baring top — is unabashedly sexy, and (almost) makes us forget she’s missing notes.

4 BASS SHOES ON THE DESPERATE HOUSEWIVES MEN A preppy staple long before they hit Wisteria Lane, the modernized versions (think distressed leather) prove the classic loafer can be hot.

5 SARAH SHAHI’S ROD KEENAN FEDORA IN THE L WORD Between Kevin Federline’s white-boy do-rags and Cameron Diaz’s ever-present newsboys, we OD’d on hats a long time ago. That is, until Shahi’s edgy DJ donned this sharp, effortlessly stylish topper.