Vibrant red carpet looks from these iconic women will leave you feeling nostalgic

Don’t you remember the good old days when movies and televisions had more of a traditional feel to them? The black and white colors, the unique lighting, the clear difference in the way the actors and actresses projected their syllables. There are a lot of subtle factors that make older movies absolute classics, and they can’t always be summed up in a sentence or two. But if there’s something we can all be absolutely positive about, it’s that the movies would be nothing without their outstanding cast members bringing the script to life on screen. Movie stars generally have something special about them, otherwise they never would’ve “made it.” And when it comes to the actresses in particular, we have had the pleasure of seeing some truly wonderful ladies appear not just on film – but on the lavish red carpet.

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You can choose to look at it from an emotional place, or you can choose to be logical about the whole deal. Whatever route to decide to go, the result will pretty much always be the same. Women have statistically gotten more attention at high class red carpet events than men – and there is a good reason for that. Actresses and female celebrities as a whole tend to get pretty excited about these events, not just because of the awards that will be given out, but because it gives them an opportunity to make a daring fashion statement.


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But what exactly is a fashion “statement?” What’s the big deal about dressing up anyway? Why does it matter who wears what, and who designed it? For those of you who may not know much about fashion, have no fear… because we’re about to enlighten you in a paint-by-numbers format, so that no matter how ignorant you think you are about the subject, you will come out of this knowing everything you need to know.

In every industry in the world, be it music, sports, or fashion – there are what we call conventional norms. And sometimes, people tend to break away from those norms. When that happens, it can cause chaos – for the good and for the bad. But regardless of whether you view it as positive or negative, it generally has a profound effect on the populace around it. In other words, a “crazy” or “radical” dress in the ‘50s might not look so crazy in the ‘80s.

Marilyn Monroe was a fashion icon of the 1950s, and it was mainly because she wore outfits that were a bit risque. As a result, her influence was paramount on the way so many women dress today. From this idea, we can learn that we are constantly in a position to evoke change in the world around us. But until then, it’s always nice to reflect back on the pioneers of old that paved the way for all of us.

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