So, we thought that we’d let you join in on the fun by sharing a few of our fashionable crushes with you! Who are your favourites?
1950s - Audrey Hepburn
She was the epitome of elegance with her signature little black dress, delicately placed pearl or diamond frosting, and statement sunglasses. Although her look appeared simple, she was of course extremely well groomed.
Every woman wanted to be her during the Sixties, as they emulated her wide eyed make-up and gamine style. She become known for her cute baby doll dresses and tiny shorts, as her skinny silhouette offered a refreshing alternative to the mainstream's typical style icons.
1990's - Kate MossShe's been an international style icon ever since she burst onto the scene during the Nineties with an enviable fashion sense that has adapted to each new decade. During the Nineties, she flaunted those obligatory oversized numbers, and plenty of denim. Just look how much her style has evolved from then!
2000 - Sarah Jessica Parker
She solidified her style icon credentials thanks to playing writer Carrie Bradshaw in Sex and the City, and she’s known for her daring fashion choices whilst experimenting with bold colours, pattern clashes, and quirky textures. Who hasn't wanted to dress just like her at some point?!
2010 - Kate Middleton Ever since Kate Middleton engaged and went on to marry Prince William, the nation has been transfixed with her fashion choices, and we’re all more than aware of the Duchess effect. As soon as she’s pictured wearing an item, it sells out! She’s known for her mid-heels, clutch bags, and classic dresses. We wonder how her style will evolve in the future?
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