And now the same thing is happening with her signature pillowy, bouffant hairstyle, reports The Daily Mail.
She ditches her plaid knee-highs for Audrey Hepburn-style shift dresses, fur stoles, red lipstick and a bouffant.
This time the actress is on set in Monte Carlo wearing a giant ball gown and bouffant hairdo.
1869, from French bouffant, present participle of bouffer "to puff out," from Old French bouffer (12c.), from Vulgar Latin *buffare, probably ultimately imitative of puffing. As a noun by 1870. Earlier as a French word in English. First used of hairdo style 1955.