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Ashley dresses to impress

Published 30/09/2013

Ashley Roberts
Ashley Roberts

Ashley Roberts has revealed her go-to looks for a first date, but admits it depends on the "circumstances".

The former Pussycat Doll recently moved from America to the UK and is open to meeting a man.

As part of the dating game, Ashley knows how important it is to look the part when first meeting someone.

"You want to be classy, you don't want to give too much away," she advised the British edition of OK! magazine.

"You need something that you feel sophisticated in, but still feel confident. The other night I went on a date and I wore some black leather leggings with a blouse-style top, which is always a safe bet. I went on another date in LA recently where I wore a really plain dress, but teamed it with some really funky shoes. It all depends on the circumstances."

While Los Angeles might be known for its sunny climate, Ashley is more likely to get caught in a downpour in Britain.

The pretty blonde is having fun mixing up her style to fit in with the weather.

"It takes a second to settle in and remember the layers," she laughed.

"You can wear jean shorts and a top any day of the year over there, and the heaviest jacket I have is a leather jacket. Here it's about finding the right pieces and layering and figuring it all out. I feel like there's also more of a liveliness for fashion and expressing yourself over here than in LA."

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