The Bond girl has become almost as famous as 007 himself, with their unusual names and iconic costumes transforming these leading ladies into superstars overnight. Whether dressed in a bikini, a leather catsuit, flowing maxi dress or daring mini, these women have become the signifiers not only for their Bond films but for their decade too. Here’s Team LBD’s top tips for getting some of our favourite Bond girl's looks... Ball gown Bond babe The first Bond girl was Sylvia Trench played by Eunice Gayson in Dr No. It was her beautiful flowing red, chiffon one-shoulder maxi with a delicate jewel detail on the shoulder that introduced us to the glamour of the Bond girl and this style and iconic image has remained crucial to the image of 007's companion to this day. To get Sylvia's sophisticated look try this gorgeous red one-shoulder maxi dress from Elliot Claire. Ticking all the right boxes, it is bright, statement and glamourous. Pair with a faux-fur stole or elaborate diamond brooch for true Sylvia Trench style and add a simple silver bangle. You could go one step further and add a jewelled hair pin. We love Johnny Loves Rosie for their selection of jewelled hair pins and clips like this embellished flower clip. Elliot Claire Valentine Asymmetrical Dress, £255, Fiorelli Hematite Flower Brooch, £12.95, Fiorelli Plaited Chunky Bangle, £19.95, Bourne Megan Clutch Bag in Olive, £103. Hippie Come the 1970s the Bond girl's dress sense had become more hippy-esque, with light fabrics, long sleeves and rich colours mirroring the laid-back yet sexy style of the time. Jane Seymour as Solitaire is most recognisable with her signature slinky long maxi dresses but it’s Barbara Bach in The Spy Who Loved Me who we like best. To reflect her characters job (she is the top agent for the KGB) her look is strong, sexy and modern. The black figure-hugging maxi, with low cut, embellished neckline is iconic and this style is easy to recreate today. Not quite as daring but still just as stylish is this embellished maxi dress from Rise Fashion. You could also try a simple black maxi from Quontum or House of Dereon. Embellish your neckline with a jewelled necklace or collar for a modern take on this look. Or go all out in this flesh-flashing Swarovski-encrusted black dress from Gorgeous Couture. Wow. Gorgeous Couture Rihanna Swarovski Dress, £220, Fiorelli Grey Emerald Cut Silver Bangle, £34.95, Fiorelli Triangle Stretch Bracelet, £27.95, Fiorelli Double Ridged Cuff, £29.95. Striking seductress The 1980s Bond girls were much more experimental with colour and make-up. Grace Jones and Cassandra Harris are just two of our favourite retro ravens but Carey Lowell as pilot Pam Bouvier takes the top spot with her collection of high neck, sleek and sparkly black dresses in Licence To Kill. This style is still really wearable today and will accentuate strong shoulders. Get the look with this black evening gown from Elliot Claire with a highly embellished neckline. No accessories needed for this look, as Pam just accessories with her trusty pistol and fierce attitude. Elliot Claire Black Beaded Embellishment Evening dress, £180. Nineties  As James Bond rolled into the 1990’s his female counterparts became stronger and more self-assure. They wore trouser suits and figure-hugging catsuits, saving the dress for glamorous evening events. Most notable in this sense is Teri Hatcher as Paris Carver in Tomorrow Never Dies. Wearing a stunning black strapless gown with a feather cape and stunning jewels, she may not be in the film for long but she definitely makes an impact by rekindling an old romance with 007. Aftershock Tebila Rosette maxi dress, £126. Modern day Bond enters a new era in the 2000’s and with super glamourous gowns reigning supreme. Eva Green has a beautiful collection of show stopper dresses in Casino Royale that were designed by Roberto Cavalli.  However, we love Gemma Arterton in Quantum of Solace who references the 1960’s in her choice of black shift dress, with white detailing around the middle and big bow belt teamed with a chunky Perspex necklace. Get the look with this simple monochrome dress from Lagom. The classic shape is flattering and the detailing is delicate. Lagom Georgia dress, £120. As we look forward, we hope the next Bond girls keep up appearances with continued high octane glamour and sophisticated sexiness that makes Bond, and us, fall in love every time. You can shop all our glamourous evening gowns here.