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    5 Style idols we would like to follow

    5 Style idols we would like to follow

    Enemy in the wardrobe speaks for classic style, elegance and comfort. We create garments that will truly bring out the best in you in every situation. But when it comes to iconic style, something that you will be remembered by, where do you get your inspiration?

     

    We have gathered some people with a true sense of style for a daily inspiration.

     

    Audrey Hepburn

     

    The 50s silver screen actress was one of the biggest celebrities of the era. Her slim physique, historic smile and Bambi-eyes have captured the hearts of many people since. One person captured by her innocent beauty, was the French fashion designer: Hubert de Givenchy. The young fashion creative and Audrey Hepburn have shaped the brand together, creating a feminine, elegant, sleek style.

    Audrey Hepburn’s fashion style is based on basic colors (a lot of black and white), statement accessories such as big hats and oversized sunglasses, and slim cut black dresses.

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    Jackie Kennedy

     

    The former first lady has become a style icon with her pillbox hats and long white gloves. But Jackie’s style included so much more than this. She dared to wear color and combine different cuts (such as culottes) for an eye-catching look. Her autumn looks included trench coats, headscarves and iconic sunglasses. To create her look, choose bold colours, don’t be afraid to colour-block and always add a feminine touch to masculine outfits.

     

    Princess Diana

     

    The princess of hearts was not only popular for her kind personality but also for her timeless sense of fashion. Despite having a pixie style haircut, Lady Di always managed to stay very feminine. She is remembered as the most rebellious royal in British history and her youthful, fun style represented just that. Unlike other members of the aristocratic family, she dared to wear short skirts, figure-hugging dresses, bare shoulder pieces and lots of colour.

     

    Kate Moss

     

    The supermodel become one of the most successful women in the industry in the 90s. Her skinny figure, not classically feminine look was a rebellion of its own. Her style knows no boundaries and creates a strong message of Kate’s personality. Something that says: I don’t care what you think. She creates style experiments of textures, patterns and colour. Her inner beauty shines trough the masculine pieces she combines for everyday outfits and she is brave enough to wear pieces that are long forgotten.

     

     

    Sarah Jessica Parker

     

    SJP is often a synonym for style, fashion and femininity. Since her iconic role as Carrie Bradshaw in the TV series Sex and the city, Sarah Jessica is an ambassador for fashion. Her look is light, fun, extremely feminine and playful, but not only displaying latest fashion, but also exclusive, unusual and retro elements. The key piece of a true SJP style, are high heels and trendy bags.  

     

    No matter, which fashion icon you most identify with, make sure you always stick to your own true personal style!

    The LBD – everything you need to know about this fashion Jolly Joker

    The LBD – everything you need to know about this fashion Jolly Joker

    This jolly joker item is most probably the one in fashion the most articles have been written about. We can also not skip it moreover it is a must as our brands, Enemy in the Wardrobe’s foundation is the LBD.

    In this article we are focusing on one of the favourite key elements of a woman’s wardrobe: the little black dress. One thing is for sure: the LBD is a multifunctional piece that has come a long way.


    For a long time, black dresses were associated with mourning and were only worn, when needed. However, in the 1920s the iconic fashion designer, Coco Chanel reinvented the little black dress as a stylish item, any woman can wear. This was the first step towards its success. By the 1930s it became famous and was worn by dancers on stage, in any style and variation. The LBD got quickly also popular in Hollywood, as it looked good on the big screen. In fact, the concept of the dress suitable for day and evening did become both basic foundation and versatile item of every woman’s wardrobe.

    Marilyn Monroe in 'Asphalt Jungle'


    Some famous actresses of the time made this piece even more iconic. The blonde bombshell, Marilyn Monroe wore a figure-hugging dress in Asphalt Jungle. The real breakthrough, however, was in 1961, when Audrey Hepburn appeared in Breakfast at Tiffany’s in the memorable Givenchy dress.

    Audrey Hepburn in 'Breakfast at Tiffany's'

    Since then, the LBD is a regular on the red carpet and is present in almost every woman’s wardrobe. In 2010, the term “LBD” got recognized in the Oxford dictionary and is widely used, not only in the fashion industry.


    Styling your LBD


    Of course LBDs can be various lengths, styles and shapes, which gives women the freedom to choose the ideal one for their silhouette. It can be dressed up and down also, and that is its magic.


    You can opt for a figure-enhancing, knee length style, or pick one with an A-line skirt. The perfect dress can be loose fitting or straight-cut with a boat neckline and short sleeves, or a V-neckline without sleeves.


    When choosing your dress, remember, this, too it is a key piece of your wardrobe therefore it should make you feel feminine and comfortable at the same time.

    An LBD is a perfect base for your outfit and can be combined with heels, or flats, colourful accessories and a handbag to make the look less strict or even more elegant.


    We at Enemy in the Wardrobe aim to offer every woman the style for their individual look  as we know that each of us has their ideal dress, which can be the most used item of our wardrobe.  And what would be better, than having the option of playfully adding colourful touches, accessories to it using our Moods  ribbons, belts and bracelets.