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Can I Have That? - Audrey Hepburn’s Style

By Francheska N. Quiñones

Convey yourself into the 1950s, where diners, drive-in movies, James Dean and Frank Sinatra kind of men roamed the streets.  The clothes were always pristine and elegantly hued; it was a life lived in detailed perfection.  To make this period more enchanting, a beauty of a lady by the name of Audrey Hepburn captured everyone’s eye with her softly structured face and impeccable attire.  With every stride, more and more men and women became hypnotized with her hidden charm.  Audrey was the kind of dame that exuded loveliness without uttering a single word.  Her clothes spoke for her, evoking the bubbly ladylike personality she so elegantly possessed.  Airy tea length skirts, a crisp white blouse, court shoes and structural purses where the key staples to her wardrobe.  With two major movies centered around the clothes, “Breakfast at Tiffany’s” and “Funny Face”, Audrey was one to always be experimenting with fashion by infusing the classic with what was modern in that era.  Timeless pearl earrings would be a must with her attire, a leather band watch and cat eye sunglasses added the special flair to complete the outfit.  This belle never let the clothes wear her; her facade and allure made the clothes sparkle with delight.  Up until this day, Audrey Hepburn seems to entrance us with her finesse and genteel style.