Marilyn Monroe's Iconic Floral Dress Can Be Yours — For A Price

Photo: Courtesy of 20th Century Fox.
From her hair, to her voice, to her legendary Hollywood history, everything about Marilyn Monroe is definitively iconic. Of course, her outfits are no exception (hello, white halter dress). If you're a fan, you know that one of the bombshell's most famous on-screen looks is the floral sheath dress from her 1962 film Something's Gotta Give. And, soon it will be taken home by one lucky — and seriously deep-pocketed — fan.

That's right, the frock is just one of the items up for sale at the upcoming Hollywood Legends auction, which will be hosted by Julien's Auctions in Beverly Hills this June. Other items include a black velvet bustier, a signed white glove, and a photo of the actress with Clark Gable on the set of The Misfits.

Die-hard Marilyn aficionados will also have a chance to bid on her X-rays from 1954 and even eyeliner pencils she once owned — yes, really. (We're partial to the dress but, hey, to each their own.) And, it doesn't stop with Monroe. More gems on the auction block include William Shatner and Leonard Nimoy's Star Trek tunics and a Rosemary's Baby outfit worn by Mia Farrow. As for the prices? The frock is expected to fetch between $400,000 and $600,000, while other items are expected to sell for between $800 and $70,000.

So, tell us, how much would you pay to own a piece of Hollywood history?