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Marilyn Monroe Feminine, seductive & sexy!

 

Marilyn Monroe often claimed to be blasé about fashion and clothes, but she was extremely strategic about what she wore. Few other celebrities have displayed such genius for carefully orchestrating their image. She singlehandedly created her iconic look - platinum blonde hair, inviting red pout and killer dresses to accentuate her perfect hourglass figure.

 

Monroe dressed for men. Her outfits only ever had one purpose to show off her body which she understood was the key to her success. While her blonde tresses, beauty spot and red lipstick are often cited as key elements of her style, her look was actually more complex. Great intelligence and thought went into its creation. 

 

Monroe's favorite colors. There are very few pictures of Marilyn Monroe in loud colors or garish prints. She favored classic, muted shades; cream, black, chocolate brown, champagne colors - but most of all, white. This mania for white fed into all aspects of her appearance. She kept her skin out of the sun to keep its porcelain appearance, her hair became more platinum by the year and she only wore diamonds, never colored gems which might detract attention from her face and body. She expertly applied luminous make up, glossy lips, and selected white or shimmering gowns for the red carpet to make it look like she reflected more light than other Hollywood actresses. 

 

Simplicity of Marilyn Monroe's style. Marilyn Monroe's dress sense was actually quite simple. She rarely went in for fuss, bows or bustles. She wore a demure chocolate brown skirt suit with ermine collar and a pretty orchid corsage when she married Joe Di Maggio; displaying class and simplicity somewhat at odds with her on-screen persona. She favored simple pencil skirts, sweaters and well cut dresses for day. Her evening wear was never overly embellished or accessorized, but were cut for maximum sex appeal.

 

The importance of cut in Marilyn Monroe's dress style. Marilyn Monroe was regularly sewn into her dresses for red carpet appearances. She wanted them tight and she wanted them zip-less. She was so particular about how her dresses fit, she instructed seamstresses to follow the lines of her body and to emphasize each buttock individually.

The dress she wore to sing a sultry Happy Birthday to JFK, she worked closely with designer Jean Louis for this dress of "skin and beads" for the birthday celebrations, reportedly saying, "make this a dress that only Marilyn Monroe would dare to wear". Under the spotlight, the silk souffle dress became transparent and the 2,500 rhinestones glistened in the light - a classic example of her light reflecting trick.

 

The Marilyn Monroe Persona. Monroe worked hard on projecting a charming personality. She studied her own face and knew which expressions and angles were most photogenic. Legend has it she used to run two blocks before a public appearance to psyche herself up and slip into the "Monroe character". If she didn't slip into character, she could go unnoticed in public. The smile, open expression, the walk were all as much part of her "look" as the clothes she chose to wear

 

“I'm selfish, impatient and a little insecure. I make mistakes, I am out of control and at times hard to handle. But if you can't handle me at my worst, then you sure as hell don't deserve me at my best.” Marilyn Monroe

 

“A wise girl kisses but doesn't love, listens but doesn't believe, and leaves before she is left.” Marilyn Monroe

 

“The real lover is the man who can thrill you by kissing your forehead or smiling into your eyes or just staring into space.” Marilyn Monroe

 

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