There are few great actresses who are still as relevant today as they were in their heyday but Audrey Hepburn is undoubtedly one of them.
While her films are still much loved, it’s Hepburn’s fashion sense and timeless style that has transcended the decades. With vintage fashion experiencing a revival over the past few years – an article in Bustle examines some of the many trends from the twentieth century have come back into modern day fashion – Hepburn’s timeless and effortlessly chic style continues to inspire new generations. Here are just a few of the reasons why her sense of style will never go out of fashion.
Her high waisted jeans
The humble jean is a wardrobe staple for men and women alike but Hepburn’s casual yet sophisticated way of rocking a high waisted jean with a plain sweater and simple belt is timeless. High waisted trousers with shirts and sweaters tucked into them were popular in the ’80s and now the look is back with a vengeance.
Sunglasses are a practical fashion accessory in summer but Audrey had a way of making her oversized or cats eyes glasses a statement that complemented any outfit. These days sunglasses in a variety of styles can be picked up inexpensively from various outlets.
You can never have too much black and Hepburn proved this with her wide-brimmed hat and various prom dresses (https://www.axparis.com/collections/prom-dresses) all devoted to the dark side. An effortless look that oozes class.
Hepburn had a thing for stripes and proved that a stripey top and plain pant (or vice versa) is a style that flatters any shape or size.
Nobody rocked summer fashion quite like Audrey Hepburn. Although she was the queen of black, Hepburn wasn’t afraid to embrace her girly side in the warmer months with pastel colours like yellows and pinks prevalent in her archives. Hepburn also favoured the crop trouser which is a massive summer staple in many a woman’s wardrobe. Visit this content for modern russian clothing.
Checkered print was another classic Hepburn favourite that has failed to go out of fashion even half a century later. Teamed with a plain top or sweater, a checkered skirt is the perfect way to jazz up an otherwise plain ensemble.