One of the most perfect starlet's movie wardrobes ever was Constance Bennett's in 1937's Topper. Starring opposite the incredibly handsome Cary Grant, Bennett plays the ghost of a socialite who, unlike most movie spirits, is able to change her outfits for every occasion. She is killed and becomes a ghost wearing the most amazing lame full-length bias cut gown with dolman sleeves and an ermine and silk cape. Most of the photos I found from the movie show her wearing this glamourous outfit. Then as she busies herself attempting to loosen Topper, her husband's boss', inhibitions she also finds the time to change into a series of striking day suits, elegant dresses, various fur coats and some rather amazing gowns by Samuel Lange. The rest of her wardrobe was supposedly designed by the legendary Irene, even though she is uncredited. Sadly the internet seems to be lacking in screenshots of the movie, but when I finally get a copy of the movie I will put some up. For now enjoy the original trailer where you can see the lame gown in action.