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Jackie Kennedy — I must've been in my 40s before I realized how perfect her sense of style was. Every summer, the black T-shirt, white jeans, and Gucci bag. Everything was simple and classic and elegant, so her mind could focus on more important things, like art and music and poetry and literature.
“There is one thing that you must know. I consider that my life is over and I will spend the rest of it waiting for it really to be over.” —Jacqueline Kennedy, December 20, 1963 http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/State_funeral_of_John_F._Kennedy
Unlike her composure during the late President’s funeral, Jackie Kennedy Onassis, broke down in tears in 1972 when she visited his grave, openly weeping in a way she never had at the time of the President’s funeral and burial nine years earlier. She ignored the photographers who snapped away at her which suggested it was proof that she still grieved more for her first husband than she loved her second husband.
First Lady ~~~Jacqueline Lee (Bouvier) Kennedy Onassis (commonly known as "Jackie" (July 28, 1929 – May 19, 1994) With Her Daughter Caroline Bouvier Kennedy(born November 27, 1957) ♡✿♡✿♡✿.❀♡✿♡❁♡✾♡✽♡
Classic Jackie <3 She is the one who inspired me to make my board "Vintage Fashion" she is the best style icon ever
Jackie Kennedy Onassis after a trip to The Metropolitan Museum of Art, November, 1971
Jackie Kennedy and sister, Lee photographed by Arthur Rickerby during their trip to India, 1962
1954. 9 Mai. Jackie looking over John's shoulder as he reads the May 7 issue of the Christian Science Monitor on Mother's Day. By Orlando Suero
The love of a mother for her son.... ‘I am aware of the pressures you will always have to endure as a Kennedy, despite the fact that you came into this world an innocent. You, among all others, have a place in history. Whatever path you choose, I can only ask you and Caroline to continue to make the Kennedy family proud and, especially, to continue to be proud of yourselves. Remain faithful to those who love you…’ -- Jackie’s last letter to her son John Jr (1994)