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Monday 30 May 2016

Emma Roberts: I don't pack heels

Published 30/07/2014

Emma Roberts
Emma Roberts

Emma Roberts hates "limping" around in high heels.

The 23-year-old actress is an avid traveller due to her busy schedule promoting various projects, such as hit TV show American Horror Story. She has shared some tips on what people should bring with them on the road, despite admitting she overdoes it.

"I am the biggest over-packer, so I'm not one to ask for packing tips! I would say always bring lots of reading material and a pair of comfy shoes. I hate being the person that’s limping behind in killer high heels. Bring a great wedge or a pretty sandal," she advised to Refinery29.

"I used to be an all-heels-all-the-time girl because I was self-conscious about being 5ft 2in. Now, I embrace it and pretty much live in boots and flats and high-tops."

Emma made a name for herself as lead Addie Singer in Nickelodeon show Unfabulous, which debuted in September 2004 and earned her several award nominations. Her style has evolved in the spotlight, but she doesn't feel embarrassed by any of her outfit blips in the past.

"I think it's hard to pick a fashion regret because you never know at the time that you'll be regretting it," she explained. "Trends are what make fashion fun, so I say go with them and laugh at the pictures later. I'm sure when I'm older my kids are gonna be laughing their butts off that we all were rocking the crop top."

Nowadays Emma is a fan of Jimmy Choo and has even created an online diary called The Emma Roberts Edit on the brand's website. In it she poses for photos and chooses her favourite pieces from the fall collection.

"The Marlin black ankle boot with the snakeskin on the top and buckles. Boots are my favourite fashion staple, and these Jimmy Choos are a nice twist on the typical black," she said of her most-loved items from the range.

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