Style and Inspirational People

Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge

Kate Middleton has been one of my favorite style icons since 2006, when I first noticed her. I love her classic style, which stands the test of time. Photos I look at from 2007 of tights with above knee skirts and boots, are outfits I would still wear today. It's interesting to watch her style evolve after becoming a Duchess. In 2016, she wore some sexy, but still ladylike dresses with high thigh slits, or off the shoulder looks. She is always absolutely stunning! See what I'm talking about on these blogs:

http://hrhduchesskate.blogspot.com/

http://whatkatewore.com/



Queen Letizia 

Queen Letizia of Spain is one of my favorite fashion icons. When I discovered her when she was Princess Letizia, and scrolled through images of her on the Internet, I loved almost all of her outfits! She always looks feminine and usually adds a spicy item, such as red lipstick or sexy shoes to represent her feminine Spanish style.  I like to keep up with new photos of her on this blog:

 http://www.queenletiziastyle.com/blog


Hayden Panettiere and Jennifer Aniston also wear a lot of outfits that I would wear.


Paul Newman

I admire Paul Newman because he remained married to Joanne Woodward for 50 years until his death, and he was a great humanitarian, doing a lot for charity, a legacy which continues posthumously.

 https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Paul_Newman#Personal_life

Excerpt from wikipedia: 
He was a co-founder of Newman's Own, a food company from which he donated all post-tax profits and royalties to charity.[2] As of 2016, these donations have totaled over US$460 million.[3] He was also a co-founder of Safe Water Network, a nonprofit that develops sustainable drinking water solutions for those in need.[4] In 1988, Newman founded the SeriousFun Children's Network, a global family of summer camps and programs for children with serious illness which has served 290,076 children since its inception.[5]