01/4​Pair outfits with cat-eye shades

​Pair outfits with cat-eye shades

The iconic pair Hepburn wore in 'Breakfast at Tiffany’s' was created by designer Oliver Goldsmith, and have a signature upward sweep at the outer edges. Holly Golightly wore them in the designer’s Dark Tortoiseshell color.


02/4Accentuate our shoulders

Accentuate our shoulders

Hepburn’s onscreen character in the 1954 film 'Sabrina' brought shoulder-bearing boatneck dresses into the spotlight. Master designer Hubert De Givenchy told 'Vanity Fair' the actress loved the neckline because it hid her “skinny collarbone but emphasized her very good shoulders.”


03/4​Build off black and white basics

​Build off black and white basics

Off-screen, Hepburn often resorted to a black-on-black or black-and-white uniform and was known for pairing slim-fitting turtlenecks and sweaters with cropped black pants and matching flats or loafers. Save these simple outfits for lazy days—you’ll look instantly put together in no time flat. Pair the look with a bold eye or lip.


04/4​Try this classic evening gown silhouette

​Try this classic evening gown silhouette

One of Audrey’s most memorable looks is the Givenchy column gown she wears as Holly Golightly in 'Breakfast at Tiffany’s'. Freddie Leiba, stylist and creative director for magazines such as 'Harper’s Bazaar' and 'InStyle', called it a classic. “When you think about it, it’s the easiest thing you can wear,” he says. “All of a sudden, you put on a pair of diamond earrings — it can be the simplest black dress — and it becomes a cocktail dress. It becomes a transition.”