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Gwen Stefani: 'Blake Shelton romance has changed my style'

Published 05/05/2016

Gwen Stefani
Gwen Stefani

Gwen Stefani feels good about her ever-evolving personal style.

Singer Gwen Stefani's style has become "more feminine" since she started dating country star Blake Shelton.

The No Doubt frontwoman embarked on a romance with The Voice U.S. coach just a few weeks after she filed for divorce from husband Gavin Rossdale in August (15), following 12 years of marriage.

As well as helping to put a smile back on her face, the 46-year-old credits Blake with inadvertently changing her clothing style.

"My life has changed dramatically in the last year," she told Haute Living magazine. "I think that style definitely reflects your mood, maybe it's a little more feminine right now."

Gwen has always had a unique eye for fashion, and has been able to switch from edgy, sometimes masculine styles to flowing, ethereal red carpet dresses.

The mother-of-three looked particularly sensational at the Vanity Fair Academy Awards after party back in February (16), when she made her red carpet debut with Blake, 39.

Gwen wore a red sheer Yanina Couture dress covered in satin floral petals, which she paired with a crimson Jimmy Choo clutch, her signature red lips, and blonde hair styled in retro waves.

Following her split from Gavin, 50, the singer admits she has enjoyed trying new things on the red carpet.

"Definitely my life has gone somewhere else - that's for sure - so maybe my style is reflecting that, which is great," she added. "It's always fun to evolve, so I feel good about that."

One thing which doesn't fill Gwen with as much joy though, is going make-up free, with the star recently revealing to Allure how she feels incomplete with out any product on her face.

"I just truly am passionate about make-up, and I wear it every day, no matter what," she said. "When I don't wear make-up, it just doesn't feel right. People think I'm insane, but I feel like it's part of who I am that day and who I want to be."

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