STYLE & BEAUTY
05/10/2012 02:07 pm ET Updated Oct 11, 2012

Michelle Pfeiffer's Style Evolution: From 'Scarface' Trophy Wife To 'Dark Shadows' Babe (PHOTOS)

Michelle Pfeiffer's look as the trophy wife in 1983's "Scarface," complete with a sleek bob and plunging neckline, took her career out of the small screen and into Hollywood (I assume I stand alone in my love of 1982's "Grease 2"). The blue-eyed beauty continued her rise to fame in the '80s and '90s with critically-acclaimed roles in "Dangerous Liasons" and "Batman Returns."

Style-wise, the blonde beauty has always favored streamlined ensembles, veering towards neutral colors and simple suits (minus the dinosaur tee she sported on the set of "One Fine Day" in 1995). Pfeiffer seems to strike that perfect balance of Annie Hall-esque androgyny and sleek femininity. She may not always be the most noticeable woman on the red carpet, but you'd be hard-pressed to find her on any worst-dressed lists. The actress has recently come back into the public eye with an appearance in "New Years Eve" and a leading role in Tim Burton's "Dark Shadows."

As Pfeiffer celebrates the release of "Dark Shadows" on May 11th, we're taking a look back at her best style moments. Can we also take this time to point out how insanely good Pfeiffer looks? The woman doesn't seem to age. (We even think she looks like Heidi Klum in some of the later photographs...do you agree?) Vote on all her looks in the slideshow below.

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