tuesday’s girl: jean seberg.

i’ve always thought jean seberg to be one of the ultimate it girls. anthropologie reminded me the other day, by pinning this image, which sent me on my own hunt for jean and images from her infamous film noir breathless by Jean-Luc Godard. a true classic beauty, i thought you might like a little inspiration from jean today.

jaxon diamond crown wool fedora from village hat shop; ASOS Cap Sleeve Skater In Wide Stripe; Whistles Betty A Line 60s Shift Dress from asos; anthropologie turquoise samantha flats; classic black raybans from asos; and Polka-dot cotton-voile scarf at Net-a-Porter.

• images via imdb.

14 Responses to “tuesday’s girl: jean seberg.”
  1. She’s stunning! I wish I could pull off a pixie cut!

  2. Mihaeko says:

    So beautiful! I’ll be fighting the urge to cut my hair again for the rest of the day…

  3. anna k. says:

    Nice to see her again! Such a beauty!

  4. Love those shoes! And perfectly pretty with that red dress!

  5. Erin says:

    Her hair is making me really miss my pixie cut. Love that scarf!

  6. Casee Marie says:

    Ohhh, Jean is one of my favorites! Breathless was my first Godard film – my first French New Wave film at all, really – and I owe an awful lot of style inspiration to her! Lovely post!

  7. brittany says:

    love this post – the colors, the subject, wonderful!

  8. moira says:

    totally agree with you with the ultimate it girl! i actually just watched yesterday ‘bonjour tristesse’ and she sports the most perfect beach attire (chambray shirts. white shorts, 50s swimsuits…) and fabulous dresses

  9. Sally says:

    these photos are super gorgeous! and i looove that striped asos dress!

  10. Dana says:

    Love this post! Great fashion idol for summer!

  11. candij says:

    love this post as well. jean seberg is beautiful and jean-paul is great as well.

  12. Ally says:

    Adorable! She was one of my first style icons back in high school.

  13. Carrie says:

    she is why i will forever have a pixie cut <3 love her style, and her work.

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