'The Jackie Effect' — A Look at the Celebrities Inspired by the Timeless Style of Jackie Kennedy Onassis
Jackie: A Life in Style
Jackie Kennedy Onassis was known for having a sleek but feminine style that remains a gold standard for powerful women in the public life. First Ladies, royals and celebrities look to Jackie O. even today for inspiration — and we have the proof in these photos.
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During a 1967 trip to Cambodia, Jackie wore a stunning teal gown.
That same gown worn by Jackie served as the inspiration for fashion designer Valentino, who based the mint-green dress Lopez wore to the 2003 Oscars on the teal gown Jackie wore.
In 1962, Jackie wore a Cassini satin gown with bolero during an event at the White House.
At a London film premiere, Jolie donned a dress similar to that of Jackie's 1962 Cassini look.
Pearls and a sleeveless black sheath were a part of Jackie's signature style. Add poise and you've got the complete look of Jackie O.
From one former First Lady to another, Obama wore an outfit that mirrored Jackie's during a portrait taken in the Blue Room in 2009.
Jackie wore one of her classic Camelot-era outfits for a flight to Palm Beach, Florida.
Pillbox hat? Check! Double-breasted coat? Check! The Duchess of Cambridge was in sync with Camelot-era Jackie at Easter services in 2017.
Jackie wore a white dress and black belt and bag during a trip to Texas in 1963.
On her first solo outing with the Queen in 2018, Markle channelled Jackie Kennedy's look from 1963.
Jackie's comfortable black top and white pants were the perfect choice in the summer of 1969 in Greece. And of course, the sunglasses.
Human rights lawyer Clooney is deeply indebted to Jackie's style. Here, her sunglasses, dark top and white slacks are a direct reflection to that of Jackie's Greek getaway.
"I saw a pic of Jackie O in a white dress with a cape, and it's been a while since anyone's worn a cape, frankly, except for Superman," Paltrow joked of the streamlined gown by Tom Ford she wore to the Oscars in 2012.