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The Barefoot Princess defined in 30 seconds (Sandie Shaw)

Singer Sandie Shaw is one of the most successful British singers in history. Dubbed the “barefoot princess of pop”, her single “Always Something There to Remind Me”, hit number 1 on the charts in 1964.

She earned the name of “barefoot princess” for a reason, as she indeed possessed the aura of a princess and secondly, was almost always barefoot when photographed.

Shaw is a prime example of someone who uses personal style to exponentially add to her beauty.

Here, we see some examples of her style choices, which include extreme minimalism, one strong accessory (or none), a precision hair cut, eyes only emphasised, ultra-conservative style with the occasional surprise–such as a prominent zebra print, a bold flower in the hair, or an oversized collar.

 

 

 

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