Audrey Hepburn is probably the embodiment of class and grace.  I think our society, especially its young women, could learn a lot from Audrey.  Even in a conservative town in the South, I find myself staring at some of the girls who will walk into school wearing nothing but a t-shirt and barely-there shorts.

I understand the need for comfort, but I think we should make more of an effort.  Besides, wearing shorts that are virtually invisible is not going to earn you points with everyone.

Audrey understood casual--in fact, she wasn't one to dress up everyday.  However, she always looked put-together and--surprise, surprise--you could always see her pants.

Take a leaf out of her book, and always dress like the respectable and classy person that you are.  People will notice!

Sophisticated, intellectual, artistic, altruistic.  Miss Audrey Hepburn.

Your wardrobe is your armor to the world; always look your best. Tailor your life to your gifts, passions, values, and love of knowledge. Exude self-confidence with the way you walk, what you choose to wear and how you carry yourself-stand up straight, look forward, not down. An egg, fresh baguette, strawberry jam and tea  is a lovely breakfast. Allow meals to linger, conversation to meander and time to wait for you. Treat yourself to sparkling water with a meal every once in awhile.

Simple tops, a comfy pair of pants, and flats--what could be more effortless, ladies?

David Seymour, Paris. 1st arrondissement. Jardins des Tuileries. Dutch actress Audrey Hepburn. 1956.

Audrey Hepburn - casual style. I already have the shorts and shirt for this!

No more barely-there shorts--and that's not a bad thing.

Audrey Hepburn in the Congo while filming of The Nun's Story (1959). Photo: Leo Fuchs.

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