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Tuesday 24 May 2016

Bella Thorne: All teens show skin

Published 18/04/2014

Bella Thorne
Bella Thorne

Bella Thorne has revealed her favourite designer and admits she has a shoe obsession.

The gorgeous Disney star, 16, spoke about the pressure of having her outfits scrutinised by a global audience but insisted she dresses a lot more conservatively than some of her friends. The strawberry blonde actress-and-singer is simply enjoying her youth and likes to express her personality through her style choices.

"If I'm wearing a top that shows a little bit of midriff, people will say, 'She's this, she's that', but, really, all my friends are showing more skin, and I'm just being me. I'm just being a regular teenager," she told British magazine Company.

Bella also named her favourite designer and admitted she has an obsession with shoes. The teenager never fails to impress on the red carpet and has perfected a youthful but sophisticated style.

"I love Diane von Furstenberg's '70s feel and the wrap dresses. I mean, they're legendary. I think no matter what kind of body you have, the 'wrap dress' makes you feel like a lady," she said, before revealing she needs two rooms to contain her growing collection of clothes and accessories. "I honestly have a closet in my room and a whole other big room full of shoes. I wear a lot of boots, a LOT of Converse and heels."

Bella is not just a red carpet star, she's also collaborated with designer Sherri Hill on a prom dress line in the past.

"I think that since it's prom, you should definitely wear a long dress. You can wear a short one anytime!" she previously said.

"This is the moment when you get to be a princess, and for me, that means a sweetheart neckline, long, then pouf-out and big."

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