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Style icon: someone who inspires you to dress the way you do.

I cannot think of anybody else who has inspired me as much as my style icon, Audrey Hepburn. It's her classic style that I love the most. 

Looking at photographs of Audrey, these could be images from today. Classic style never fades. It's always in fashion. 

Items such as an LBD, man's white shirt, Breton tops, ballet flats, scarves, trench coats, are items which are timeless. Every fashionista needs to have classics like these, which form the basis of their closet.












I have quite a few classics I turn to time and time again. My white shirts are just one example of items of clothing that are on constant rotation in my closet, along with my cashmere sweaters, which I admit to having an extensive collection. Let me know if you're interested in seeing this collection and I'll do a blog post for you. x

Who is your style icon and how do they inspire you? 

Well, I'm finally on two weeks break and look forward to relaxing. It was a very hectic term with my students and I am in need of some well-earned R&R. I'm looking forward to sleeping in the most!

Enjoy your weekend!

Yours in style,

Suzi x

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  1. I just love Audrey's classic, innocent style

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