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Classic Hollywood Glam: Iconic Fashion Moments from Old Hollywood Red Carpets

We keep going back to classic Hollywood for all the glamor and fashion it stood for. From actors to singers, several Old Hollywood stars were continuously serving sophisticated and stylish red-carpet looks. The fashion themes of that time still find their way into our fashion today. In this article, we’ll explore the most memorable and stylish of these Old Hollywood glam looks.

Elizabeth Taylor

Elizabeth Taylor was renowned for her bold style; she was always making fashion statements with her outfits. Her look at the 1957 Academy Awards was no exception; she wowed everyone as usual.

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She wore a classy ruched gown with spaghetti straps and paired it with a Cartier tiara, fur stole, and elbow-length gloves. Her glossy lips and signature bold brows also added to her beautiful overall appearance.

Lauren Bacall

We all remember Lauren Bacall for her stunning figure, aside from her talent. To the 1953 premiere of the film “How To Marry A Billionaire,” Lauren Bacall wore a deep blue plunging dress with spaghetti straps.

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She accessorized the dress with diamond earrings, a fur stole, and white opera gloves. She curled and pinned her hair, drawing attention to her alluring makeup. It was a red carpet look that people spoke of for a long time.

Audrey Hepburn

Audrey Hepburn is one of those old Hollywood stars that we always remember because of their sophisticated style. She won an Academy Award for her “Roman Holiday” role in 1954- her outfit to the event was angelic.

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The actress wore a floral Givenchy dress with a boat neckline and tight white belt that accentuated her slim waist. Of course, her makeup was sophisticated and chic too. The dress remains an iconic red carpet look.

Grace Kelly

Grace Kelly wasn’t just an old Hollywood glam girl but an epitome of grace and elegant style. In 1955, she won an Oscar Award for Best Actress for her role in “The Country Girl.” So, what outfit did she stun people with?

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She wore a mint green Edith Head silk dress and paired it with long gloves. Her soft updo with flowers and pink lipstick made her complexion shine. Although she wasn’t a princess yet, she looked like it already.

Marilyn Monroe

Would this list be complete without Marilyn Monroe? We didn’t think so, either. The actress was known for her iconic red carpet looks. However, her outfit at the 1954 “There’s No Business Like Show Business” premiere was impressively memorable.

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Monroe wore an elegant silk dress with a cinched waist and combined it with a white fur boa. Of course, her alluring red lips and blonde coif made her look sexy and classy. Her style is still an inspiration to us today.

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