What is your signature style?

Friday, April 2, 2021

Two famous fashion icons had a signature look that is uniquely theirs, which made them famous for their particular look.  What is your signature style?

I am sure there are many other celebrities who had that unique signature look, such as models Cindy Crawford’s mole look, Brooke Shields’ thick unibrow look, and Christie Brinkley’s fluffy blonde hair look.

Pamela Anderson’s bimbo porno look, with her huge tits transplant as her main accent accessory, along with overbleached, big blonde hair and skimpy outfits for viewers’ masturbation needs. 

Paris Hilton’s airhead and pink barbie theme, along with shiny metallic clothes or accessories, with a cute dog as her main accent accessory to complete her outfit. 


Audrey Hepburn style

Shade of red as an accent color, monochromatic black, short pixie hair or an elegant updo, and statement jewelry accent. But Audrey Hepburn pulls off her iconic fashionable look because she is graceful and effortless, due to her ballerina background. 

I mostly like Audrey Hepburn's style because of the movie, Breakfast at Tiffanys, although I watched this movie because I had read the book first, and I wanted to compare it to the movie. Her style was clean and elegant, even though her character Holly Golightly was a callgirl.

I later realized that many callgirls tend to dress elegant and professional, even though they are whores, compared to the low-budget whores in Pretty Woman, such as Julia Roberts' character and the character who plays her whore friend, in which they are both tacky and skanky. 


Jackie Kennedy Onassis style

Short dress and cropped jacket, one-strand pearl necklace, oversized sunglasses, short-sleeve or long-sleeve merino wool navy sweater, white pants whether corduroy or denim, beige Karl Lagerfeld loafer-style slingback with stacked heel, black turtleneck sweater, black trousers and black belt, classic beige trench coat, and print scarf for accent. These items are functional and practical, in which you can mix and match to wear them differently into many different outfits.

I think Jackie is fashioable because she is French,  Conservative Republican, and the wife of former president JFK, in which she opted for a clean wardrobe to appear professional, respectable, and classic as the First Lady. 

#3 My Signature Style? Hmmm….

My signature style: My signature style has changed throughout the years, due to the age, era, and my preferred lifestyle.

My signature style includes monochromatic outfits, regardless of what color, a cute hat, red lipstick, and sunglasses. But I like to have fun with the accessories to make this outfit creative by adding a cute purse, shoes, belt, and some jewelry or classic watch. My signature hairstyle seems to be either a bob or a pixie.

During the 80s, I dressed casual in sporty shorts, surfer t-shirt, white pull-on Vans, and I had a short pixie hair because I was mostly skateboarding and riding my bicycle in high school, as well as occasionally body surfing at the beach during my teen years. I was also into denim pants, white blouse or tank top, red blouse, and red shoes. I think at that age, I also got into a red accent look because I had a red mini tie. By college, it was still the 80s, but I got into that Madonna street grunge look with permed medium-long hair and neon accents. During the 90s, I got into business casual outfits because I was networking a lot after college. I often shopped at the St John annual campout sales, as well as other sales events, such as Charlotte Russe, Limited Express, Nordstrom shoes, Nordstrom Rack, Brass Plum, and Mango. And, during 2000s, I got into Karl Lagerfeld, Saks 5th Off, Bloomingdales Outlet, and Nordstrom Rack, along with my old St John Knits clothes and accessories.


What do you think?

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