✨‘Breakfast at Tiffany’s what?’ Let’s start the day with some unicorn froot loops instead😍✨
• FRIDAY •
C'est le week-end ❗
Let’s toast to Fridays, weekends and sunnier days! 🥂🍾
"- Loco estoy porque te quiero.
- ¿Ah sí? Pues es usted un loco de remate"
This is one of best classical movies! I can't believe how classy and elegant Audrey Hepburn is. Her acting and the way she acts was too good for that time! She acts so much better than actors of the 21st century and y'all this movie. It had a lot of things you could learn and honestly it improved my way English. It was a nice good and you can give a shot
Movie: Breakfast at Tiffany's
Genre: romantic #breakfastattiffanys #movie #tvshow
Breakfast at Tiffany’s.. literally.
Breakfast at Tiffany’s bedroom.
Thought this up yesterday and was so obsessed that I knocked it out before #wineoclock
today. 💜💛💜 #gopirates #ecu #breakfastattiffanys
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How dreamy is this private salon at the new Tiffany & Co. at Royal Hawaiian Center? The piece of artwork displayed in the salon pictured here was created by Susila Bailey-Bond, specifically for this space. It features hundreds of butterflies and dragonflies cut from paper in various blue tones, including shades of Tiffany Blue of course! Other materials include silver leaf and Austrian crystals.
Obsessed with this angel 🙏🏼😭 I’ve done so much research on her lately too and she was so much more than a beautiful actress! In her earlier life she was stuck in Belgium for 5 YEARS during the German Occupation. Nazis everywhere and people getting murdered daily. & towards the end of her life she stopped doing films so she could dedicate her time volunteering with UNICEF. Ugh I just love her so much guys and it’s been fully realized by me now.! Sooo anyways see ya later 👋🏼💕
Breakfast at Tiffany's
The opening scene of Breakfast at Tiffany's is still a classic after all these years, Hepburn in that famous black dress and silk gloves, carrying a Danish and coffee as she stares at the window display of a Tiffany's store. Hepburn's performance as Holly is one of her most iconic roles and granted her an Oscar nomination in the best actress category. This romantic comedy is about Holly, a socialite who falls in love with her new neighbor Paul (George Peppard). The film was released in 1961 and won two Academy Awards for best original score and best original song for Moon river.