Dear Audrey Hepburn…

(Breakfast at Tiffany’s)

(Breakfast at Tiffany’s)

(Roman Holiday)

(Love in the Afternoon)

I have been quite obsessed with Audrey Hepburn recently. This last week has been a marathon of Love in the Afternoon, Roman Holiday, Charade and Breakfast at Tiffany’s. She is insanely beautiful, has impeccable style and encapsulates old Hollywood. I miss the simplicity of a classic love story and those long gazing glamour shots. I have bunch more movies queued up, but would LOVE to hear your fave oldies so I can add to my list!


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7 Responses to “Dear Audrey Hepburn…”

  1. piglet Says:

    Sabrina is another one of my Audrey favs. Oh and Funny Face.

  2. Chelsea Says:

    The first Audrey Hepburn movie I ever saw was My Fair Lady, and it will always be my favorite! Some other oldies I like are To Kill a Mockingbird and all the Hitchcock films.

  3. Natalie Says:

    I second Funny Face, inspired by Richard Avedon photographs and he was the director of photography. Also Charade with Cary Grant…amazing!

  4. Nikki Says:

    Audrey is a classic beauty but I prefer Grace Jones for her fearless style!

  5. mariel Says:

    Paris When It Sizzles is another great Audrey Hep flick (really any of hers are a good bet)…I also adore Love Story and The Way We Were, and Marilyn Monroe’s movies are good too (How to Marry a Millionaire, The Seven Year Itch, etc). Hope you find something you like!

  6. Abbey Says:

    My Favorites are Funny Face and Sabrina, the drab to chic was amazing!

  7. Jennifer Says:

    I love Audrey too! But my all time favorite is Rita Hayworth in GILDA.

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