Oct 5, 2015

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3 Tips to Create Your Own Audrey Hepburn Fashion Style

If you were to ask women who their fashion icon is, the name of Audrey Hepburn will be on the list. Known for her sophistication and elegance, the star of Sabrina and Breakfast at Tiffany’s still remains to be an endless beauty, fashionistas admire and emulate.

Here are three tips to create that Audrey Hepburn Fashion Style

Wear that Little Black Dress (LBD) and you will never go wrong.

During the 1920s, fashion designer Coco Chanel introduced the little black dress and it became a hit. For decades, it remained to be popular and was even worn by Audrey Hepburn in the famed movie Breakfast at Tiffany’s. A black dress is perfect because of its simplicity and elegance. For photo shoots and the movie screen, it was also a popular choice because it is easy on the eyes despite of the different colors in the background. Moreover, it can be dressed up or down and still remains classic and glamorous. Of course, Hepburn wore Givenchy but there are other black dresses you can buy without costing a fortune.

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Invest in accessories.

Audrey Hepburn is fondly remembered as the glove-wearing Holly Golightly, with a tiara and shades in the movie. She knew what accessories can do for simple dresses. A tote, a scarf, a hat, a pair of earrings, these are just some items you might want to keep in handy for different occasions. On and off the movie screen, Audrey loved accessories.

Find your own personal style and stick with it.

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If there is one thing about fashion that the Hollywood star strongly stressed was being comfortable in one’s skin. She had a say about her wardrobe despite having designers because she knew what fashion style will work for her without sacrificing her comfort. When she found her style, she stuck with it throughout her life. There is no need to follow the latest trends. What’s important is being comfortable with your personal style because if you are, you will be able to carry yourself well.

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