10 Fashion Lessons We Can Learn From Jackie


Jackie defined classy, casual American style. Here, she rides her bike through Central Park.
Jackie defined classy, casual American style. Here, she rides her bike through Central Park.
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Jackie Kennedy has had such a strong impact on the world that countless books and articles have been and continue to be written about her. At one time, she was even the most sought-after photograph subject in the world! If you know anything about Jackie, you won't find that hard to believe. From her dashing sense of style to her personable attitude and demeanor, she was a favorite of the people during John Kennedy's presidency and continued to fascinate the public even after his death in 1963.

Ever since she came into the limelight as the first lady, she's been a style icon who women have strived to imitate over the years. With a style heavily influenced by European fashion, Jackie looked fabulous and put-together wherever she went. Full of poise, grace and beauty, she revolutionized women's wear in the 1950s and 60s. There are many things that we can learn from Jackie, but how to look fashionable is at the top of the list!

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