What Vintage Beauties Had That Today’s Stars Are Clueless About

It is without a doubt that Audrey Hepburn and Grace Kelly were two of the most stunning women in the world. The beauty of modern stars pale in comparison.

I did an experiment. I typed in the names of these two classic beauties with the word sexy beside it, to see what it would uncover. With beauties like Audrey Hepburn and Grace Kelly, the beautiful images below were the result. Their sexuality is not overt or crude but there is an innocent elegant quality about it. This is what sets them apart from modern-day actresses and why their sophistication is emulated, but never captured. Their beauty has an inner quality that has a timeless hold over us.

I wish the stars of today would learn that crude sexuality with fake boob or butt implants, is not attractive. What stars like Audrey Hepburn and Grace Kelly teach us it to speak and carry yourself well, with courtesy and dignity.

Audrey Hepburn had that additional quality of kindness, innocence and humility about her and her beauty shone through. I was first introduced to her in the movie ‘My Fair Lady’ and I will leave you with this scene which I found magical.


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9 Responses to What Vintage Beauties Had That Today’s Stars Are Clueless About

  1. I couldn’t agree more! Great photo finds!

  2. Those are beautiful pictures. I agree with you how the two of them have captured a unique elegance.


  3. Kirsten says:

    They just had so much class, and they were who they were and did not try to chase down publicity or “sell themselves” into the limelight. Many actresses these days simply try way too hard. They need to learn that you don’t have to flash your boobs to be popular!

    By relying on their classy attitudes and sophistication Hepburn and Kelly achieved timeless beauty. By relying on their boobs and bums actresses today can only have short-term success.

    That said, I do like Keira Knightley, she’s still nowhere near Hepburn but she has the potential!

  4. Kirsten says:

    Edge of Love was marketed as a Dylan Thomas biopic and it wasn’t really, but it was pretty!

  5. 365days2play says:

    Then again…weren’t they flashing more than appropriate during their era?

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