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The Good-Girl Bouffant

The style:
Socialites and party girls alike in the early '60s were fans of the amped-up style. But the look became even more admired, thanks to Audrey Hepburn in Breakfast at Tiffany's.

The costume:
Grab your LBD, nestle a teeny tiara into your hair, and go as Holly Golightly herself. Redheads or blondes can twist up this style for a take on Joan or Betty from Mad Men, or swap in a microphone and some pearls (and some serious pipes) for an Adele costume.

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