Styling Tips For V Day From Timeless Fashion Icons

With the Valentine’s Day on the horizon, you are sure to be scurrying all around the place to make it special. Well, we would love to help you in putting together the pieces of the Valentine’s Day puzzle –helping you to figure out what to wear. This day provides the perfect setting to wear your heart on your sleeve, or heels, or makeup; but how to actually go about it remains a mystery to many. Take inspiration of the stylish kind from some of the most renowned fashion icons, and evoke that moment of Eureka within you: –    

Elizabeth Taylor: Elizabeth Taylor was obsessed with elegance. Her love for shades of emerald, silk turbans, empire-waist dresses and luxury jewels is a concoction to get inspired from for dressing up on the day of love- the Valentine’s Day.

Princess Diana: Princess Diana earned her space in the list of timeless style icons by being classy and modest at the same time. There was no in or out in fashion for Lady Diana, and she was known for not being afraid of trying a new dressing style. Get inspired from the legacy of Diana and don’t be afraid to try new things.

Grace Kelly: The ‘epitome of lady-like chic’, Grace Kelly always took her style status rather seriously. She believed that it is right to honor all those who create beautiful things and value all those who see her wearing them. Valentine’s Day, unlike any other day, is the perfect day to get inspired from her and dress up in a way that draws the admiration of the onlookers.

Marilyn Monroe: Marilyn Monroe is someone who inspires the fashion world even after half a century of leaving for the heavens. Monroe’s fashion statements are as in vogue today as they were all the way back then. Get inspired from her love for diamonds. She was the first lady who wore a diamond tiara, and also once quoted that she always loves to find new places to wear diamonds.

Katharine Hepburn: Hepburn believed that if you follow all the rules, you’ll miss out on the fun; she was even quoted as the “woman who changed the world” in several sources. Be inspired by her belief and experiment with your own style to create your unique style statement.