Marilyn Monroe's Iconic Celebrity Style

In respect of Marilyn Monroe’s 90th birthday today, FN dull adult some of a style icon’s best shoe moments over a years. As Monroe is rumored to have said, “‘Give a lady a right boots and she can conquer a world.”

Monroe was famous for her glorious and sex appeal, and her boots did their part. Styles she adored enclosed ankle-strap height sandals, slingbacks, high-heeled slides and classic pumps — all really renouned looks in a 1950s.

Monroe was also a fan of Salvatore Ferragamo. The Italian engineer combined some-more than 40 pairs of boots for the actress.

Marilyn MonroeMarilyn Monroe in “The Seven Year Itch.” Facebook

Monroe made her symbol in Hollywood with several strike films, including “Niagra,” “How to Marry a Millionare,” “Gentleman Prefer Blondes,” “The Seven Year Itch,” “Some Like it Hot” and “The Misfits.” The singer got her start as a pinup lady in a 1940s.

Since her genocide in 1962, large books, T.V. movies, Monroe-inspired print shoots and underline films, such as “My Week With Marilyn,” starring Michelle Williams and a radio uncover “Smash,” have confirmed her legacy.

Marilyn MonroeMonroe in her iconic white dress from “The Seven Year Itch” in 1955. Rex Shutterstock.
Marilyn MonroeMonroe as a pinup lady from a 1950s. Rex Shutterstock.
Marilyn MonroeMarilyn Monroe in her pinup lady years wearing wedges in 1947. Rex Shutterstock.

Click by a gallery to see some of Monroe’s undying shoe styles.

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