We suggest which mature film heroines you can take fashion inspiration from

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We like to be inspired by the great movie stars. Their hairstyles are still popular despite the passing years. Mature film heroines have an incredible charm and class, which attracts us and makes us want to look like them. We tell you which of these heroines are worthy of inspiration.

Sarah Jessica Parker as Carrie Bradshaw in “Sex in the City”

Carrie Bradshaw is a style icon. Her hairstyles were and still are an inspiration for many women. The actress has an amazing figure, so Carrie was most likely to wear fitted strapless dresses that accentuated her figure. The columnist loved to play with fashion, as evidenced by her famous quote: “I like my money where I can see it…hanging on hangers in my closet!”

Carrie broke the rules. To the satin, delicate dress she put a large, massive coat and heavy jewelry. But everything with taste and moderation. Thanks to this courage she became a true style icon. She brilliantly combined clothes from famous designers with those from vintage shops. The hallmarks of her style? Tight tops, skirts, sexy dresses and high stiletto heels.

Carrie was also not afraid to experiment with colors and patterns. Probably everyone associates her lavish wedding dress. We must admit that she looked really sensational in it. Thanks to her impeccable figure she could also play with cuts. She looked gorgeous in the powder pink ruffled dress

Kim Cattrall in the role of Samantha Jones in “Sex in the City”

Samantha is the epitome of sex appeal and femininity. She loved sexy yet elegant styling. Samantha often wore suits. Even then she bet on total looks. We remember her brilliant red hairstyle. The cushioned jacket and tight skirt, which perfectly balances out the proportions of her figure, is an outfit, which is still copied by many trendsetters. For this outfit, the movie heroine chose a large belt to accentuate her waist.

Samantha could not do without accessories. Large gold earrings and a red handbag complete the outfit perfectly. Another outfit worth mentioning was the everyday outfit – jeans + plain red top. Of course, not to be too boring Samantha added a big golden bag, which was immediately eye-catching. For big outings, the heroine opted for tight dresses, which emphasized her sensational figure. Of course, there could not miss the jewelry, which was an indispensable part of every styling of this heroine.

Meryl Streep in the role of Donna in “Mamma Mia!”

Donna in “Mamma Mia” is an incredibly warm, joyful and crazy character. In her everyday, seemingly ordinary, stylings, Donna tried to smuggle in a little fashion flair. She matched her simple denim dungarees with a patterned, buff collared shirt and a silver necklace, which perfectly broke up the simple outfit. Many women, even those much younger than the actress, copied the style, tagging it on Instagram with the hashtag #donnasheridan.

For the important event, which was the wedding of her film daughter, the actress opted for a light boho style dress in a beautiful turquoise shade. It’s the perfect look for summer parties.

Iris Apfel in the biographical film “Iris”

At the very end we left the biggest gem. Iris Apfel is an unquestionable fashion icon, from whom both young and mature women can draw inspiration. Her style will appeal especially to those women who love fashion and are not afraid to experiment. Her trademark are her characteristic round glasses with black frames. If you have a visual impairment, you can get inspired by her frames

Iris loves to stand out from the crowd. Her floral hairstyle caught our attention. The perfectly tailored floral suit is ideal for spring. Floral motifs are the hit of the season. Apfel is not afraid to experiment. She likes to have a lot of everything, as evidenced by her styling in a sweater and lots of massive, colorful necklaces and bracelets


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