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Monday 30 May 2016

Hilary Duff's style help

Published 17/12/2013

Hilary Duff
Hilary Duff

Hilary Duff wants a new wardrobe now she is getting back to work following the birth of her son.

The 26-year-old star admits her fashion taste has changed since she became a mother to her son Luca two years ago, who she has with husband Mike Comrie.

After picking outfits last minute of late, Hilary is determined to get her style mojo back.

"I'm getting ready to start working again, so I'm finally going to hire a stylist," she told PEOPLE. "We'll see how [my style] changes. Two hours ago I put the kid down and threw this outfit together... when I'm working [my look] might be different when I have a little more help."

While she may want to revamp her wardrobe Hilary isn't planning a dramatic new look. She won't be wearing any pieces which don't cater to her personal taste.

"I have a good perception of what I like, and what I don't like, and who I want to be, and who I don't want to be," she added.

The blonde beauty, who made a name for herself as Disney's Lizzie Mcguire, also insists she isn't going to return to the clothes she wore before becoming a mom.

"When I was younger it was more about what was fashionable instead of what fit my body. Now my body has obviously changed since I've had a baby," she explained.

"There are things that work for me now that didn't before... When I had more time to work on [my outfit in the past], it might have been a little more thought out, tricked out, but that's annoying to me now."

Hilary is keen to be a modest shopper from now on. She plans to spend money on classic items rather than trendy pieces.

"I probably have less in my closet then I did before," she confessed. "I have more things that I want to rotate, and I pay more for them but I enjoy them more."

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