|Top of the list will always be Audrey Hepburn. It's a given that Breakfast at Tiffany's will|
be the 1st thing that pops into any decent fashion literate woman's mind but
her wardrobe in Roman Holiday will always be the quintessential classy
in my books.
|The Grace Kelly in Rear Window. Her name says it all. Grace, class, beauty.|
A true princess.
|I've always been fond of men-inspired clothing. Nobody does it better|
than Diane Keaton. She really dresses the part in Annie Hall.
|The textbook "bad girl". Bonnie and Clyde.|
|The pixie cut and breton stripes did it for me. Jean Serberg in Breathless.|
Her simplicity is beautiful.
|Marilyn Monroe will always be an icon of sultry and glamorous.|
Men want her and women secretly want to be her.
You know what they say, blondes have more fun!
|Olivia Newton John's transformation in Grease will always be memorable.|
|One of the reasons why Casino is one of my favorite movies is because of Ginger!|
The deceitful, manipulative wife who dresses to impress.
Who can ever forget the scene wherein she tries on all her jewelry in the bank?
|Ah, the epitome of young suburban wife. Who said you have to look like a|
rag cloth when doing your groceries? The stepford wives.
|All the green clothes, the comfy wardrobe, oh and the lack therefore of it in Great Expectations.|
Gwyneth is one stylish woman. (Eternally envious she's married to Chris Martin)
|2 things you need to know about me: 1. i LOVE the beatles. 2. i'll always feel like a flower child of the 70s.|
No one can resist the charms and laid back style of Penny Lane in Almost Famous.
|The history buff and fashionably sensible woman in me died a gazillion times when Elizabeth Taylor portrayed the role of Cleopatra.|
Dress in such a way you feel empowered.
Our own personal style varies depending on our influences.