CHARLOTTE YORK GOLDENBLATT
If wholesome Hollywood was a wardrobe, it would belong to Charlotte York, who got married, ditched art dealing, got divorced, obtained an Upper Eastside apartment, converted to Judaism and became Charlotte York Goldenblatt — without once dropping the modern day Tippy Hedron aesthetic, forgetting to wash her hair, or venturing beyond that shade of pink.
Her dream of a long-lasting, ‘traditional’ romantic relationship neatly fits her style: quality, timeless items being the basis of her wardrobe, where statement coats (surely you remember the Burberry) were about as bold as things got. While all of Charl’s good girl-interrupted looks revolved around a bandeau top, her day-to-day was a grown up preppy uniform of belted dresses, and skirts rarely higher than the knee, as though she took style inspiration from Princess Diana. And there were countless cardis, alluding to Charlotte’s quasi-school girl innocence – her ‘bad side’ just a few done up-tight buttons away…
To loan her look, opt for classic (or modified) check print, plus midi-dresses that flirt with shins and cinch the waist. Colour-wise, go full Disney Princess in pretty greens, white, lemon, and pink (this is Charlotte, in a top), or this jacquard dress by Hayley Menzies which will channel the 50s Hollywood main character that Charlotte York Goldenblatt set out to be.