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Style-inspiration: Audrey Hepburn

Elegance is the only beauty that never fades.

~ Audrey Hepburn

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Hello people!

Audrey Hepburn is an inspiration that never fades. With her classic and elegant looks is she one of the greatest fashion-icons our world has ever known. Here are some of the classical elements and rules we still use:

  1. The midi skirt, this one is classy and very feminine. A must-have in every (young) woman’s closet.
  2. The striped t-shirt, how often did she wear these? Audrey showed that you can still be feminine when you’re wearing a striped shirt with short hair, a.k.a. the tomboy look
  3. The turtle neck, a jumper that looks good with almost everything and one of my favourite fashion items.
  4. The ballet flats. These shoes are cute and very feminine. Perfect if you’re tired of wearing heels all day.
  5. The white blouse. This works with so many outfit and you can do so much with it. Combine it with a nice skirt or jeans add some heels and you’re done.
  6.  A belt cinched in the middle of a dress creates a lovely shape. Hepburn amped up her plaid dress with a tight belt which helps to make an hourglass figure.
  7.  Collared shirts never go out of style. You need to add some colour to your outfit.
  8. Fun, bold prints. Prints are a must have if you don’t want your outfit to be boring.
  9. Sunglasses work with literally any outfit — even formal ones.  And they look fabulous with every outfit.
  10. Take a fashion risk, and wear that unique item. Hepburn always did her own thing and wasn’t scared to take some risks.

 

What do you think of Audrey Hepburn’s style?

Love,

Kiki~Jane & Lily~Rose

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