Published on November 21st, 2012 | by laurenclark6
The Little Black Tie: Celeb Women and Ties in the New Era of Women’s Fashion
It has become all too familiar how times are no longer restricted to our male counterparts. For us lovely ladies willing to try, ties, no matter how short or long as a whole new demise to what it means to be feminine.
From the late greats as Katherine Hepburn, Twiggy, and Princess Diana to the modern beauties of Rihanna, Madonna, Beyonce, and even Kylie Monogue, the fashion artistry of ties too encompass a feminine trait. Showcasing the attitude of our magic tie, let’s see how some of our fabulous, femme fatale icons continue to showcase how femininity knows no boundaries.
Taking the role of the headmaster, Beyonce’s performance at the final chapter of the Oprah Winfrey Show, re-enacted how school girls are no longer naughty, but are ready to “run the world.”
This legendary icon took womanhood in a different turn, during her heyday. Being sheek and professional, no one could tell this classic beauty that style was not in.
Wearing her red, white, and blue at a rally, this dynamic entertainer brought the fashion trend into the political realm.
And yes, the tuxedos are in! A sheek, slick hair crop, this Bahamian beauty proved that bowties, too, can be a girls best friend.
When it came to the world of rock, made a name for her music, and her vocals. Who even imagined that rock divas were part of a new trend of sexiness?
A new hypnotic of spunk took over the pop princess with her video “All My People.” Featuring Pop legend Madonna, the entertainer showed that even “tough” can be fashionable.
Heather Morris/Britney Spears
Yes, the No Doubt member became a household name with her eccentric fashion choice, and dynamic energy. Wearing her school girl tie, let’s just call it a mixture of blond bombshell with small touch of Goth.
Oh, our the adorable iconic Hollywood star, whom made us all want to go to breakfast. Her famous short cropped hair-cut, and baby-doll looks became a classic image for the Hollywood scene. The short bow tie, and slick suit showed that us girls can physically represent the boys!
When it comes to the world of ties, this dynamic, and sassy soul-stress has proven that elegance, femininity, and style can re-define herself in any so-called “masculine” attire. With an up-due hairstyle to match, it is no wonder that Madame Monae brings whole new meaning to the word classique-fierce!
So, with our beloved fashionable neck adornment, it has become very clear that simply for men, became beautiful for women, and the re-emerging of our little, black tie.
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