Essays on Legally Blonde

A Review on “Legally Blonde” Movie Poster
Words • 406
Pages • 2
Example: 'Legally Blonde' film poster 'Legally Blonde' is a film in which a beautiful woman (Reese Witherspoon) defies the convention of the 'dumb blonde' to become a top lawyer. Colour is very important for the formation and connoted meaning of the character's femininity. The poster is designed using typically feminine colours of bubblegum pink and sunshine yellow. However the background is entirely blue with clouds surrounding the top half of her body. The blue sky and clouds infer the notion…...
Legally BlondeMovie Review
Have Hollywood Films Influenced the Fashion Since the 50’s
Words • 1621
Pages • 7
Every person has the freedom to wear any kind of clothes they want to wear, any jewelry they want to show off, any hairstyle they want to have and any shoes they want to use. But some choose to be funkier, sassy and more fashionable. “What you see is what you get”, a cliché that describes the real sense of being fashionable. Fashion is a way of expressing oneself. What you might see in a person on the manner he/she…...
ClothingCultureFashionFilmLegally BlondeLifestyle
Words • 1294
Pages • 6
In todays’ society it seems as though everyone is placed into a stereotype that has been developed of every race and how everyone within that race acts/or is. Stereotyping is an issue that affects all races and gender. If someone were to ask what is a women supposed to do when they grow up, is the typical response still to get married, be a stay at home wife and mother, while the father figure of the family goes to work…...
AdolescenceCultureLegally BlondeObservationStereotypes
We've found 3 essay examples on Legally Blonde
1 of 1
Let’s chat?  We're online 24/7