Into the Archives: Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis

Welcome to the second piece of our new series 'Into the Archives', as we turn back time and revisit fashion icons who influence the styling of our cashmere pieces here at La Sororité.

As America welcomes in a new presidential era, it seems like the perfect time to reflect on the most fashionable First Lady to grace the White House - Jackie Kennedy Onassis.

As FLOTUS, Jackie O charmed the nation with colourful ensembles, beautiful gowns and coordinated accessories to match. After her marriage to Aristotle Onassis in 1968 - when she was christened with her famous 'Jackie O' moniker - saw the fashion icon embrace comforting silhouettes sharpened by contemporary tailoring. Her relaxed style away from the public eye involved cosy jumpers, high-waisted trousers and neck scarves - always paired with her signature sunglasses. 

Jackie O embodied the energy of the 60's and 70's with vigour and zest. Embracing both bold monochromatic hues and elegant florals and pastels, her wardrobe was - and still is - the envy of women everywhere. 

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