Chic Sister Acts With Style on International Siblings Day

I have a special place in my heart for sisters.  I have only daughters and I come from a family of all girls.  You are familiar with a lot of famous sisters, I'm sure, like Kim, Khloe, Kourtney, Kylie and Kendall, Solange and Beyonce, Mary Kate and Ashley, Paris and Nicky, etc.. But on this International siblings day, I thought I'd pay tribute to some fashionable sisters from other decades who I think were particularly chic.  

The Acheson Sisters

The Acheson Sisters by John Singer Seargent

These ladies are also somewhat special to me, as they are my husband's great Aunts. The Ladies Alexandra, Mary and Theodosia Acheson were the three daughters of the fourth Earl of Gosford. I certainly wish I had some of their gowns!

Fairbanks sisters

The Fairbanks Sisters

Madeline (15 November 1900 – 15 January 1989) and her twin sister Marion Fairbanks (15 November 1900 – 20 September 1973) were famous actresses in the 1910's and 1920's. They wore elaborate clothing and were regularly photographed.

The Gish Sisters

The Gish Sisters

Dorothy and Lillian Gish were actresses who started in the silent film era but they continued to act for many years. They were early fashion trend setters.

The Guy Sisters

The Sisters G

Karla and Eleanor Gutchrlein danced as the Sisters G. all over Europe during the 1920's with their own unique style.

the dolly sisters

The Dolly Sisters

The glamorous Rózsika (Rose or Rosie) and Janka (Yancsi or Jenny) Deutsch, were Hungarian Vaudeville stars and performed with the Ziegfeld Follies. They were always in style.

Talmadge Sisters

The Talmadge Sisters

Norma, Constance and Natalie Talmadge were beautiful and very stylish Silver Screen stars of the silent era.

Dodge Twins

The Dodge Twins

Beth and Betty Dodge were stars of the Jazz age and their stage fashions were renowned.
Loretta Young and her sisters
Talent and Beauty Runs in the family! Loretta Young with her sisters Polly and Sally.

Young sisters
Loretta Young (third from left) with her sisters Georgiana, Sally Blane, and Polly Ann. 

Loretta Young and her sisters were all film actresses and always stylishly chic.

Jackie and Lee Bouvier

The Bouvier Sisters

Before they were Jacqueline Kennedy or Jacqueline Onassis, and Lee Radziwill, they were the Bouvier sisters. They both helped define the style of the 1960's and 1970's.

Gabor sisters

The Gabor Sisters with their mother

The three famous Hungarian-American actress sisters in the Gabor family were Magda (1915 – 1997), Zsa Zsa (1917 – 2016), and Eva (1919 – 1995). They were always glamorous fashion darlings.

Joan and Constance Bennett

The Bennett Sisters

Joan and Constance Bennett were another pair of famous acting sisters.

Princess Margaret and Queen Elizabeth

Princesses Elizabeth and Margaret

Royal sisters Elizabeth and Margaret had eyes on them even before Elizabeth became queen, as they were very stylish little princesses!

Kim sisters

The Kim Sisters

The Kim Sisters were a South Korean-born American female musical trio. Two were sisters, Sue and Aija, and the third was their cousin Mia.

suzy parker and Dorian

Model Sisters

Suzy Parker and her younger sister Dorian Leigh were famous models during from the 1940's through the 1970's.

Olivia de Haviland and Joan Fontaine

Joan Fontaine and Olivia de Haviland

Joan and Olivia had a famously tempestuous relationship, but their talent and beauty was undeniable!

Lana and Natalie Wood

The Wood Sisters

Natalie and Lana Wood were both actresses and great beauties.

Catherine Deneuve and sister

Catherine Deneuve and Françoise Dorléac were not only actresses, but fashion muses. Sadly, Françoise died in an auto accident at the age of 25.

Heart Wilson sisters

The Wilson Sisters - Heart

Sisters Ann and Nancy Wilson became famous in the 1970s as a Rock duo and alternative fashion icons.

I hope you enjoyed this fashion tribute to sisters - and I hope that you will find your own unique way to create a little style legacy of your own!  

Happy International Siblings Day!

 


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