Ingrid

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Ingrid Bergman by Yul Brynner, 1956

Ingrid Bergman.

Ingrid Bergman

Ingrid Bergman was a legendary Swedish actress and American sweetheart. Praised for her acting abilities, wit, intelligence, and charm, she captivated the world of Hollywood for years. I admire her style because of its simplicity. She always looked confident and comfortable, and I like that she wasn’t too showy with her wardrobe choices.

~Katy

Coco

Coco Chanel

Coco Chanel

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Coco Chanel

A young Coco Chanel

Coco Chanel

Coco Chanel created some of the classic items in fashion today. A pioneer of sportswear and the creator of the quilted leather bag and Chanel two-piece skirt suit, Coco had a clear idea of what she liked. She had new and interesting ideas about style, and she passed those on to the world. She wore very simple pieces, usually in black, grey, or cream and accessorized with fabulous pearls, bracelets, and hats. Use Coco’s wisdom to your advantage and pull out your grandmother’s pearls. Then, wear them with something unconventional, like a patterned pencil skirt or bright blouse. Take Coco’s ┬ásignature piece and make it your own.

~Katy

Sofia

Sofia Coppola

Sofia Coppola

Sofia Coppola in a Chanel Paris New York Collection dress Style icon: Sofia Coppola

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Sofia Coppola in Yves Saint Laurent    #bestdressed #fashion #celebrity #redcarpet #mrblasberg #sofiacoppola #jumpsuit

Sofia Coppola proves that minimalist style is not equal to boring style. She tends to wear all black or navy, and her hair is almost always styled the same. And yet, she is considered a great style icon. The trick to Sofia’s style is her ability to use proportions, details, textures, and shapes in her outfits to make them interesting. Since she does not have bold patterns or bright colors distracting from her garments, they all have to fit her well and look luxurious. Keep Ms. Coppola in mind the next time you are shopping, and really examine the quality of the clothes you are buying to make sure they flatter you.

~Katy