Saturday, June 20, 2009

Hepburn Style


Kind of like, I don't know, everyone else in the entire world, one of my favorite fashion icons is the ever-inspiring Audrey Hepburn. For as long as I can remember, I've heard people talk about how amazing she looked in her signature cigarette pants. And like clockwork, they always add "but only women with a body like hers could pull those off." I love proving people wrong.

I know I already featured Sakina on YFF, but I can't help but share another outfit of hers. When I saw her in these perfectly tailored pants, I knew I had to spread the word: fat girls look hot in ankle-length skinnies. I totally think she does Ms. Hepburn proud.

13 comments:

  1. this is perfection. it's classy and chic, i love it!

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  2. how could i mind ?! Thank you sooooooooooo much ! I think i'm gonna blush ! I wanted an ankle-length skinny so bad that i thought why not have it made by a seamstress ? it's a shame that chuby ladies can't find anything they want is stores... but i'm sure things are going to change! have you seen that ASOS.com is thinking of creating a plus size range ? they are running a survey to see if it is worth it.. go check it !

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  3. No way she so does!! Wai! This gives me so much hope for the future xD I mean this look is so in!

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  4. LOVE IT. And the jacket and the shoes and also the bag. Feminine without being too dainty and la-di-da, still very practical. I could totally see myself wearing that on any summer evening up here. Well-played! :-)

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  5. Looks great! If you love chubbier ladies, you should check out this music video tribute, "FAT GIRLS" - IT'S FANTASTIC!

    http://www.funnyordie.com/videos/14ae2e58c8/fat-girls-by-eli-braden

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  6. you have great style. i absolutely love your blog!

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  7. I LOVE YOUR BLOG! I am so tired of fashion blogs featuring size 0 girls... I mean, I love them, but please. I am so glad to have found your blog via Feministing. Keep on keeping on!

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  8. She is sooo cute...I love her look and your blog!

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  9. I agree...so cute. And I love your blog...!

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  10. I am not a size 0 nor am I a size 10. But your blog is a prime example of fashion for every size!

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