Our gorgeous girl next door Farrah Fawcett took all of our breath away during the mid 1970’s with women wanting to be her and men wanting to date her, she rapidly became an instant style icon.
We all know her as the sexy bombshell in the red swimsuit with posters adorned on every boys and mens wall (yes including my husbands) from the mid 70’s onwards.
With that gorgeous long feathered hair fondly known as the “Farrah Flick” and as Jill Munroe from Charlie’s Angels. But what if you wanted more? What if you not only wanted to replicate her hair, but her iconic style?
So we have rounded up a few tips on how to get your very own Farrah Fawcett look:
Burn the bra.
That’s right ladies it’s time to get rid of those bras. It was well documented and very well photographed that Farrah had quite a dislike to wearing bras and loved to go ‘el natural’. So we are taking this style tip on board and ditching those underwire padded bras off and unlocking our inner Farrah.
Caption: Her sex appeal just went through the roof without that bra.
Keep it casual.
Farrah Fawcett was the queen of emulating the girl next-door look and effortless casual style. Her signature daytime time looks comprised of high waist flare jeans with frontal pockets showing off her legs for days and teamed with gorgeous light flowing boho blouses. In the evening time Farrah’s style was bombshell glam in figure hugging dresses showing off her gorgeous athletic style. It is easy to see how this goddess was a style icon to so many people past and present.
*Caption: Casual, sexy and stylish.
Let your hair do the talking.
Ah yes that stunning, whimsical, flowing hair that was replicated by so many women and fascinated so many men for an entire decade. The key here is long flowing layered hair around the back with short featured bangs framing the face and don’t forget the volume.
*Caption: Such natural beauty
Keep it natural and relaxed.
That megawat smile and care free nature Farrah was so fondly remembered for. She had been known to do her own make up without a mirror and squeeze a bit of lemon juice in her hair to lighten her hair before photo shoots and appearances.
*Caption: Stop if you sexy vixen!
There is no denying that Farrah was not only a goddess with her timeless style but an attitude role model to a generation of confident and sassy young women.
So where do you draw your style inspiration from?