Steal her style: style icon Jane Birkin
Jane Birkin is a famous actress and singer of the late 1960s and 1970s.
She has become an icon of style for millions and mainly because her style of dressing is truly universal; it's always simple, fresh and young. Nothing too glamorous or proud. And Jane Birkin's style is casual, innocent and sexy at the same time.
Jane's imagery is very diverse: from the mini dresses she wore in the 1960s to the simple bow consisting of jeans and a white T-shirt. Jane embodies the androgenic Parisian style and which also inspired the creation of the world's most famous Hermès Birkin handbag.
In the late 60s, Jane brought mini-fashion from London to Paris: in the company of her lover Serge Gainsbourg, she was not shy about not provocative length, not risky transparency - and went down in history forever.
For most interviews, Birkin wears black pants and a tweed men's blazer, which should definitely be larger in size. Birkin was born in London, though her style matured with a mixture of English chic and French carelessness. And at 69, Jane is rarely seen without her oval glasses with pink glasses sitting low on her nose.
Jane also treats maternity well as she wears clothing that seems frivolous, until you notice that she dresses with care, elegance and absolute grace, with joy and sensuality. These are the same qualities that make her a wonderful mother.