How to dress like a bond girl?
How to dress like a Bond Girl? November’s issue of Vogue sees the latest Bond girl Lea Seydoux on the cover and she’s looking every inch the Bond babe in a stunning Dolce & Gabbana dress. This Bond Bombshell talks to British Vogue about how she doesn’t mind the Bond Girl sterotype, but she isn’t one!
The French actress is best known for her role in Blue Is The Warmest Colour. Although an actress herself, she admits to being no fan of t.v and even not having t.v or internet in her home.
Lea Seydoux’s style is elegant and embodies old Hollywood glamour and that’s why we think she makes a perfect Bond Girl.
If the cover of November’s Vogue is anything to go by (and let’s face it, it is!) then they key to the Bond Girl look is simple. Classic Hollywood elegance.
These dresses from Frock and Frill tick all the boxes. Sheer and feminine and the colours resemble something of the dreamy Dolce & Gabbana dress from November’s cover.
Although we simply adore the cream and roses combination, we reckon it’s not for everyone. Then perhaps this Kimono style dress by Scandi brand Ganni is for you.
What does it mean to dress like a Bond Girl? Confidence? Elegance?
Ganni Kimono Dress £170.00
So, now you have the dress sorted, let’s find out the real secret to being a Bond girl…believe it or not there’s more behind it then drinking vesper martinis and hanging out with Mr Bond…James Bond.
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There has always been quite some controversy with the stereotypical view of a Bond Girl. But now the modern day Bond Girl is something up for discussion. What does it mean to be a Bond Girl and does it run deeper than looking good?