Style Crush: Audrey Hepburn in Breakfast at Tiffany’s

Welcome to our new feature, where we’ll be looking back at our favourite style crushes in TV and film. To start us off we’ve got the ultimate Hollywood style icon, Audrey Hepburn in one of our favourite old time movies, Breakfast at Tiffany’s.

Here, Audrey Hepburn portrays the beautiful socialite Holly Golightly and struts some wonderful fashion along the way. Here are our favourite style moments from the film…

Of course, it wouldn’t be Audrey without the statement black dress. This iconic look is timeless and looks oh-so chic. Dress yours with tights and chunky jewellery to update the look. This bandage dress with a jewel necklace is so versatile – dress it up or down for any party occasion.

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We love her statement coat, perfect for gallivanting around New York City or wherever you happen to be! It’s also perfect for injecting some bright colour into the dull winter days and this bright red coat is a hot trend this season.

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Now it wouldn’t be complete without the accessories and make-up of course! And Holly Golightly certainly knows a thing or two about accessorising as this iconic image shows…

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Get the look with these fab pieces:

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Her make up is impeccable and we love her long dark lashes teamed with soft pink lips. This look is so demure yet sexy at the same time. For a special night out we love trying our hand at false lashes and these layered lashes can instantly give you that wow factor. Add a slick of eyeliner to complete the look.

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While we love painting our nails in bold and bright colours, this style considers a more subtle look. This Butter London nail varnish in Teddy Girl is just the thing for that chic, just manicured look – nude/pinky tone nails are going to be big next season so take note now, team with this pretty pink Tanya Burr Lip Gloss.

Who are your favourite style icons from TV or film? Let us know and we might feature them on here!

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