Brigitte Bardot’s Most Iconic Fashion Moments
French actress Brigitte Bardot is one of the world’s most iconic style icons. She’s the epitome of the French je ne sais quoi with her effortless sense of style and timeless glamour. Aside from fashion, Bardot’s beauty look is also highly notable with her long, spidery lashes, tousled beehive updo and plump, pouty lips. Bardot is the quintessential French muse from her effortless Cannes vacation looks and fashion-forward on-screen ensembles, so follow along for 15 of her most iconic fashion moments throughout the decades:
15. Photo shoot from the 1960s
Move aside Carrie Bradshaw, it seems that Brigitte Bardot was the first to make wearing a frilly pink tutu a trend! In the 1960s Bardot posed for a photo shoot wearing a foofy, ruffled skirt paired with a casual grey sweater. The combination of a feminine piece with something casual to tone down the look and make it appear effortless is the epitome of French fashion, especially with the Mary Jane shoes! She wore her hair in a teased and tousled updo and wore her makeup smudged and smokey.
14. Cafe Royal, London 1956
Although Bardot was known for her casual, effortless style, that doesn’t mean she didn’t know how to dress for an occasion! The star made heads turn when she wore this striking embellished dress for an appearance at the Cafe Royal in London. She was attending BBC Television’s “Saturday Night Out” broadcast to take part in the Royal Command Film Performance before the Queen. She kept things classy and posh by pairing the look with sleek white gloves and a luxe fur coat.