Audrey Hepburn

Envision Audrey Hepburn-style, and Breakfast at Tiffanys cocktail dresses a la Holly Golightly or capri pants and flats probably pop to mind. Whether she was starring in My Fair Lady, Roman Holiday or Funny Face, Audrey Hepburn knew how to dress in fashion that ran the gamut from elegantly casual outfits (the perfect shirt and jeans) to chic evening dresses. The actress also embodied graceful beauty—and as proof, Audrey Hepburn hairstyles and makeup remain popular with fashion editors and street style bloggers alike. Learn how to replicate Audrey Hepburn style with our fashion and beauty guidebook for channeling the icon.

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11 Tea-Length Wedding Dresses for the Modern Bride

You’ve got the ring, you’ve picked the date, and now you are on to finding the perfect dress for the big day. You are the kind of girl that is looking for something fresh and modern, so that run-of-the-mill, full-length bridal gown just won’t do. Why not take a little inspiration from the past and give the tea-length dress a spin? Inspired by the retro skirt shape of yesteryear, the silhouette typically falls below the knee yet hits above the ankle. An iconic bridal shape, made infamous by Audrey Hepburn’s dreamy Givenchy number in the beloved film Funny Face, has also been worn by modern day brides as well — like Natalie Portman’s elegant take in Rodarte. Currently, we are falling for the contemporary updates designers are making to the classic shape, from crisp clean lines for the minimalist to layers of tulle and appliqués for the maximalist, even a two-piece set for the daring! Shop a few of our favorites below, from true bridal brands to off-the-rack options at every price point. The only thing next on your list? A cute pair of dancing shoes to match. VIDEO: What Makes a Wedding Gown So Expensive?

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Channel Audrey Hepburn's Retro Swim Style This Summer

Searching for a little inspiration to spice up your summer swim gear? Look no further than style icon Audrey Hepburn. Currently, we are obsessed with Ms. Hepburn's vacation-ready wardrobe in the film Two for the Road. The best part? These chic ensembles are totally relevant even 50 years later after the movie's release. Take a look below at a few of our favorite outfits and see how easily they can be reworked with modern merch for a contemporary twist. 

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