Personal Style: The More Things Change, The More They Stay The Same Part 1

August 23, 2008 | By Bridget Burns | Entertainment

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Trends are overrated. Those who find a “look” and stick to it are few and far between. One who has picked an aesthetic as bold and uncompromising as 1960s model, Peggy Moffitt, for example, is most likely self-assured and committed. Self-imposed limitations on wardrobe or hairstyle can be liberating. It frees us up for other trains of thought. The style-stickers do run the risk becoming cartoons of themselves. Over the next few posts we will be focusing on people who have maintained a strong, unwavering sense of style throughout their life in the public eye.

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