Audrey Hepburn wearing a floral embroidered gown in a promotional portrait for Sabrina - the first film in which she worked with Hubert de Givenchy (even though Edith Head got the screen credit for costumes).
Lifesized cardboard cutout of Scarlett O'Hara in a white and green dress wearing a hat. Scarlett O'Hara was the daughter of Gerald O'Hara and lived on her father's plantation outside of Atlanta, Georgia during the time of the Civil War.
Terrible Movie but fantastic costume. Pygmalion is great the way it is. My Fair Lady Dress 1964 Audrey Hepburn’s iconic Ascot dress from My Fair Lady – Designed by legendary costume designer Cecil Beaton.
Elle Macpherson on the cover of Vogue Australia emulating a classic image of Grace Kelly. Grace Kelly is one of the most admired women in the world. Even today, she is upheld as a standard of beauty, grace, and style.
Who made Olivia Palermo’s gold belt, red leather handbag, snake ballet flat shoes, and paisley print dress that she wore in New York? Dress – Asos Purse – Louis Vuitton Belt – H&M Shoes – Pretty Ballerinas
Obsessed with Princess Catherine lately. She has the most fabulous fashion sense- the duchess won me over with her Sarah Burton by Alexander McQueen wedding dress- and she just shines in this particular number.
Nursing friendly and modest. Would love to have a dress like this + an awesome belt, maybe a cardigan if it ever gets cool enough. A fitted shirt dress is timeless and flattering. Pair a knee-length hemline with nude sandals to elongate the legs.