Classic Look : Timeless Hepburn

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This is ultimately one fashion from movies post that I really like to do since the feature run. Audrey Hepburn is truly an icon of beauty and fashion that still gives us inspiration until now. My confidence was a little down when I picked the clothes, but this is my very best attempt. The following movies I picked : Roman Holiday (1953), Breakfast At Tiffany’s (1961), Sabrina (1954) and Paris When It Sizzles (1964). I will update this post later once I watched more of her movies. I hope at least everyone enjoy this.

 1. Roman Holiday (1953)

Hepburn Style - Roman Holiday


 2. Breakfast At Tiffany’s (1961)

Hepburn - Breakfast At Tiffany's


3. Sabrina (1954)

Hepburn Style - Sabrina


 4. Paris When It Sizzles (1964)

Hepburn - Paris When it Sizzles


Readers, any thoughts? What’s your favorite? Or do you have any suggestion for her best wardrobe?

23 thoughts on “Classic Look : Timeless Hepburn

    • Wow, that’s great news! I look forward to your post.

      Hepburn did looked authentic, but still her look was very inspiring. But I think what shines the most is her inner beauty.

  1. Pingback: Fashion in Film Blogathon: Day 1 | The Hollywood Revue

    • That last set was the hardest one I have to put together. Glad you love them! Yes, she’s definitely have a timeless beauty. Such a great role model for girls everywhere.

    • Yes, I never seen her wearing a bad outfit. Probably in her teens when she still don’t know what good to wear? :D Breakfast at Tiffany’s surely a legendary movie in fashion world. Thanks for your comment!

  2. Audrey was one of the actresses that influenced fashion the most. Thanks for showing how we can do an audrey-inspired outfit nowadays. I’m specially fond of the outfits in Sabrina and Paris when it sizzles.
    Don’t forget to red my contribution to the blogathon! :)
    Le recently posted..Modas de 1934 / Fashions of 1934

    • Hi Le. Yes, Audrey’s clothing is suitable these days. Mostly because classic outfits is still wearable today. Thanks! I’ll check out your post

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