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Hayley Hasselhoff steals dad's clothes

Published 06/07/2014

Hayley Hasselhoff
Hayley Hasselhoff

Hayley Hasselhoff likes to re-work her dad's old T-shirts, and feels sexiest in a tailored pant suit.

The blonde star is the youngest daughter of Baywatch legend David and often nabs his old T-shirts to add a vintage feel to her look.

David famously wore a pair of red shorts for most of Baywatch, but before the '90s show David was more recognisable as the leather-jacket wearing crime-fighting hero in Knight Rider.

"I was going on a date with a guy and wanted to wear one of dad's vintage suit jackets as a dress, so I snuck in his wardrobe, but they were all too big," Hayley laughed to British magazine Now.

"I'll sometimes steal one of his vintage T-shirts or a leather bomber and he'll be like: 'Er, Hayley, is that mine?'"

The curvaceous beauty has been making a name for herself in the fashion industry and was recently the face of British Plus Size Fashion Weekend.

Hayley is an advocate for plus-size beauty, and says she knows exactly what to avoid when it comes to flattering her figure.

"I don't like anything that clings to my stomach. And I don't wear jeans - if you see me in trousers, they're going to be silk or leather. I love detailing and draping - that's what suits my body," she explained.

Similarly, the 21-year-old also knows what best shows off her assets.

"I feel sexier in a two-piece trouser suit or a long dress than in a short dress with my boobs out. And I sleep in silk lingerie - that's what I feel beautiful in," she revealed.

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