Channel Your Inner Audrey Hepburn

At some point in every girl’s life, she is introduced to the golden age of Hollywood glamour. And it wouldn’t be a proper introduction without Audrey Hepburn and the iconic roles she made her own. Breakfast At Tiffany’s, Sabrina, Roman Holiday and more have remained within the collections of so many fashion and film lovers decade after decade thanks to Hepburn’s endearing performances. In each of her films, she managed to look both down-to-earth and impossibly chic thanks to her personal style (and a little help from Edith Head and Hubert de Givenchy).

Even now more than half a century later, women across the world strive to emulate Audrey Hepburn’s classic style with focus on her films from the fifties and sixties. The great part is that we actually can take inspiration from her looks and even replicate them without looking dated! Hepburn’s outfits on and off the screen were always classic cuts and shades that have stood the test of time. Almost sixty years later you could wear her outfit from that infamous ‘Moon River’ scene in Breakfast At Tiffany’s and still look relevant and stylish.

Audrey Hepburn singing ‘Moon River’ in Breakfast At Tiffany’s

Don’t believe me? Try for yourself! Here are a few easy pieces that not only fit into any wardrobe but also allow you to channel your inner Audrey today!

Note: Links to the items I have sourced are at the bottom of this post, but pricing will vary depending on the sales or discounts available at the time of purchase from any of the retailers so they are not included.

Audrey Hepburn in Breakfast At Tiffany’s (1961)
Audrey Hepburn in Sabrina (1954)

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Audrey Hepburn in Funny Face (1957)

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Links to shop the look

Breakfast At Tiffany’s:

The Limited Top , Target A New Day Pants , Target A New Day Flats , Steve Madden Bag , Forever 21 Sunglasses


American Eagle Top , Express Shorts , Steve Madden Wedges

Funny Face:

Calvin Klein LBD , DWS Black Heels

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