After the miniseries The Loudest Voice, aired in 2019 and which featured Sienna Miller, the British actress of American origin has finally returned to the small screen with another interpretation that is enjoying great success: Anatomy of a scandalthe British miniseries by Netflix that is becoming popular in recent weeks, marks the definitive return of one of the most beloved actresses in international cinema, as well as a queen of mid-2000s style.
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Sienna Miller in the cult series of the moment plays the role of an elegant and sophisticated bourgeois woman struggling with betrayal and rape accusations against her husband that could change her life forever. To frame the plot, there are the impeccable looks of a woman who far prefers minimal elegance, without frills, manifested through fluid dresses and tailored coats, in a palette that changes from more neutral colors to intense nuances such as bottle green and pumpkin color. New inspiration for an “over 40” wardrobe, as the look of the protagonist of has recently been defined Anatomy of a Scandal, which, however, cannot be fully understood without retracing the history of the style of the actress who plays her: Sienna Miller is a 2000s fashion icon and, without our realizing it, has influenced the style of each of us. That’s how.
Sienna Miller, the British actress’s style from boho queen to 2000s glamor icon
Blond hair, perfect features and unmistakable style, this is the identikit of the model and actress Sienna Miller born in New York 41 years ago who today is reconfirmed as an acting star (The girl to Fox Catcher, American Sniper And Alfie are just some of the films featured on his resume), and an icon of unmistakable style that continues to inspire generations.
In fact, in the mid-2000s, every little girl wanted to dress exactly like Sienna, the boho fashion girl who wore Coachella-style outfits in everyday life by incorporating unforgettable details in her looks, from long fringes to denim garments, from sleeveless to dresses embellished with patterned prints. Daughter of hippie parents, Sienna boasts a fascinating past as a boho queen (together with supermodel Kate Moss), it-girl and trend-setter; in fact, at the beginning of her career she used to appear in public with looks inspired by elements of bohemian and hippie culture.
Lover of music festivals and the rock n ‘roll genre, his rebellious streak was manifested through fluttering and light dresses, outerwear embellished with fringes, sequins and studs, even in the looks worn on the red carpet. Unforgettable then the long skirts, dresses in lace or floral patterns, denim miniskirts strictly matched with white tank tops, high suede boots worn even in the summer months and often over skinny jeans.
Also iconic are the street style looks that immortalized her with low-waisted jeans, denim or suede vests and black ankle-length leggings paired with long oversized tank tops. In addition, Sienna loved to embellish her outfits by carefully choosing accessories: from long pearl chains to colorful pendants, from studded and boho belts to city bags by Balenciaga, up to hair accessories (often worn loose with a very natural styling) and eye-catching earrings.
A style all of its own mixed with vintage elements and clothes by famous designers, which over time has been shaped to get closer to contemporary English style, more similar to the not at all sumptuous one sported by the protagonist of Anatomy of a scandal whose styling was curated by Sam Perry preferring the no logo and clean lines. Refined, glamorous, sophisticated, today Sienna Miller’s new style looks very different from its bohemian beginningswithout ever forgetting to include a touch of retro eccentricity in her outfits, especially when she wears the Gucci creations of which she embodies one of the muses chosen by Alessandro Michele.
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