With fashion ever evolving, we must take a minute to remember the fashion and beauty icons of the past. Nowadays, our models are tall and shapeless whereas the 20th century women were curvaceous with mesmerizing looks to make every man fall in love with them and every woman want to be them.
Sofia Loren This Italian bombshell has all the right curves in all the right places. With two Oscars, Loren was (and still is) admired worldwide. In her prime, she was not only a ‘sex goddess’ but she also took fashion risks, accentuating her Italian curves and wore bold makeup to mesmerise her stunning looks.
Loren has a feminine and classic taste of clothing. She used her cleavage as an accessory making sure she wore low cut and halter dresses. Loren had a lot of red in her collection along with wearing beautiful crimson lipstick to compliment her impeccable taste of fashion.
Marilyn Monroe One of Hollywood’s most famous stars, Marilyn Monroe was a blonde bombshell famous in more ways than one. Her physique similar to Sofia Loren, red was definitely a colour she enjoyed to wear also. Monroe also wore colours including, beige, brown, black, cream, champagne and white.
Famous for her beautiful white halter dress, Monroe wore a lot of sweet heart dresses accentuating all the right curves.
Brigitte Bardot Her remarkable beauty and sense of style impacted many generations. The French actress had a feminine look with a simple wardrobe including high waisted and cigar pants worn with fitted tops. Along with her clothing, Bardot always had big hair usually styled with a wide headband. Bardot always made any simple outfit look classy and stylish.
Princess Diana Along with all her royal duties, The Princess of Wales was known for her fundraising and charity work. Under media scrutiny all her life, she was captured in some of the most memorable outfits that are still loved by many today. With the fashion world her oyster, Diana's style was always classy, sophisticated and chic. In her daily outings, she wore beautiful suits, usually with a matching hat and in the evening she pulled out stunning gowns that were definitely fit for a princess. She wore many colours, from pastels to bright colours, always complimenting her complexion.
Audrey Hepburn One of the most popular actress of all times with many memorable movies that are still loved today, Audrey Hepburn’s style never disappointed. The little black dress became a popular item after her famous movie ‘Breakfast At Tiffany’s’. She has shown us that sometimes a simple dress is all you need to make a fashion statement.