Style icons. Of yesterday and today. Who and why.

by fashionsnobber

We all have our style icons. All we draw inspirations from someone. You have to be good at it and not fall in the imitation. We must not become a photocopy of someone. We can take inspiration from their styles as a starting point to help us understand what we like and what we want for ourselves. I’ve had several, I never refer back to just one. Before inserting them in my sources of inspiration I have followed for some time, I studied, I checked in my small can not know them personally, and in the end I think are really the best dressed women and almost always impeccable worldwide. Refined, elegant and classy even when wearing a T-shirt. Feminine, sensual and know how to show girls next door that never was. Some never has been since the birth other maybe it but life has led them to a completely different part.

Style icons. Who and why

Stay there in the first place is useless to talk about Audrey Hepburn (actress), Coco Chanel (fashion designer), Grace Kelly (actress and later Princess) and Jacqueline Kennedy (37th US first lady). Almost “discounted” in their immense popularity and all are unquestionably the foundation of impeccable elegance. They are of ages past does not matter. Nowadays and among millennia will always be considered the greatest style icons of all time. For this they deserve a single article to each other without talking am prompted in three summing lines too their importance in the history of fashion.

Icone di stile di ieri e di oggi.

Today I want to talk about today. Of those from whom I take an example and dream to have even an iota of their class. Not only in looks but also as ways of doing and ask yourself in most of the occasions.
In alphabetical order to do no wrong to anyone and without beating around the bush or criticize their private life choices. I limit myself to analyze their style and tell you why I like them and entered the law in my style icons.

Amal Ramzi Alamuddin

Amal Alamuddin style.

Lebanese, born in 1978, lawyer, has reached the pinnacle of his fame by marrying the actor George Clooney. I like it because it varies, plays with more styles and very rarely wore something that he personally did not like. Smiles, it is natural and never set. Dowry of a few.

Charlène Lynette Wittstock in Grimaldi

Charlene di Monaco style.

Born in 1978, former swimmer and model, became Princess of Monaco for having married Albert II of Monaco with whom he had twins. Nicknamed “the sad princess” for obvious reasons, makes me so tenderly and its classic and often essential look like regardless of its air. It prefers neutral or pastel colors. Rarely I saw with eccentric clothes or fancy and very often in camel and beige. Sets its shoulders swimmer very best of our Martina Colombari.

Catherine Elizabeth Middleton

Kate Middletone

Born in 1982, the Duchess of Cambridge, wife of Prince William with whom he has two children. Princess par excellence of our time with a true love story to tell to the girls and to the eternal romantic dreamers. Beautiful, kind, helpful and always perfect. Often he is wearing the same garment in more official releases, and this thing I like very much. At least we try to convey the idea of being like all of us. It varies in colors and patterns managing to keep the same style line. A little ‘preppy if you will, that’s why I love deeply, perhaps most of all. A peculiarity is the refined posture and his way of keeping both hands in front of the belly is in a natural position both when holding a clutch bag.

Rania of Jordan

Rania di Giordania style.

Born in 1970, graduated in Business Management, she became Queen of Jordan after the ascent to the throne of her husband ‘Abdullah bin al-Husayn, with whom he had four children. I admire her for her innate grace and esteem for his constant struggle in trying to improve the status of women in Islamic countries. His style is sophisticated and modern while drawing when needed its origin and his religion. Its characteristic is to emphasize the waist and when it is not the habit to do it always enhances with belts or sashes.

Marie Charlotte Casiraghi Pomeline

Icone di stile Charlotte Casiraghi.

They mention it, but not one of my favorites ever because I do not always impress 100%. Born in 1986, he graduated in philosophy, second daughter of Princess Caroline of Monaco, fond of horse riding and tube riding, engaged to actor Gad Elmaleh with whom he had a son. Unfortunately I often nicchiato against him. I think he has identity problems with shoes and reluctantly many times I’ve loved his own outfit for the choice of the latter. It ‘s beautiful, and precisely beautiful, worthy heir of the big names to his shoulders grandmother and mother. Often as Chanel and Gucci, the latter is also a testimonial. I like his eternal adolescent air, its continued quest for freedom and when not too experienced the trends but remains steadfast to a casual chic look. A peculiarity is always bushy eyebrows and well evident as it should be. Never too thin or drawn with that sense of fake.

Modern style icons are all princesses

Mainly they are all princesses, no singer or actress, I realize. Nowadays I still have not found any contemporary star who successfully define how my style icon. Unfortunately I think the kind of woman who inspires me is totally is losing and has remained just in the circumstances that have yet to deal with realms and the like. It is not good thing and I hope that one day this kind of behavioral education and can look back to being the starting point for the education of anyone. Too many times I am ashamed of what we are becoming. But remember that you can improve. You can always. It’s up to us to make a difference.

And you? Who inspires you? Maybe you could make me discover new style icons! Tell me.

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