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Bella Thorne: I’m a minimalist

Published 07/04/2015

Bella Thorne
Bella Thorne

Bella Thorne thinks she’s far too young to be considered a style icon.

The 17-year-old Disney star is constantly dressing up in formal attire for her job, having to wear designer clothes at fancy red carpet events.

But Bella prefers to dress in comfortable garb in her own time.

“My personal style tends to be far more casual than my looks in front of the camera,” she told the Daily Mail Online. “I am a minimal to no makeup, jeans, T-shirt and Converse type of girl.”

Although she is more inclined to wear denim and sneakers, Bella still has a lot of respect for gorgeous garments.

And The DUFF actress finds one Hollywood star’s style especially inspiring.

“Blake Lively is an inspiration to me, she has the ultimate California girl look,” she noted. “I [also] look to the streets for fashion inspiration.”

Bella doesn’t consider herself to be one of the most fashionable people in the entertainment industry.

The humble teenager thinks she needs to live a little longer before becoming a fully-fledged fashionista.

“I am way too young to be style icon,” she explained. “I am still learning and experimenting.”

Nor does she feel the need to look good all the time despite her celebrity status.

She is comfortable in her own body and has embraced a confident outlook on style.

“I think that the only pressure you are under [to look fashionable] is one that you put on yourself,” she said.

Bella is currently the star of British online retailer’s new US campaign – the first of its kind.

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