Belfast Telegraph

Thursday 24 July 2014

Hillary Scott admires stylish Beyoncé

Hillary Scott

Hillary Scott is inspired by Beyoncé's wardrobe choices as she always knows how to flatter her "womanly" curves.

The Lady Antebellum singer revealed her fashion and beauty inspirations in a new interview.

Hillary praised a range of famous ladies, including bootylicious babe Beyoncé and boho beauty Sienna Miller.

"There are so many women I look to for fashion inspiration whether it be other artists on stage, red carpet looks or celebrities and my girlfriends in casual clothes while they're hanging out," she explained in an interview with stylelist.com.

"Beyoncé is someone I've always admired. She's got shape and I love that she's totally confident in the woman she is and rocks her curves. She's a real woman and totally embraces being a woman."

Hillary is also inspired by more experimental fashionistas, including Hollywood actresses Sienna and Emma Stone.

The 27-year-old country songstress looks to their sartorial choices both day-to-day and when they are dressing to impress on the red carpet.

"I also always like to keep an eye on what Sienna Miller and Emma Stone are wearing. I especially love their unique styles and gorgeous red carpet gowns," she gushed.

Hillary is currently pregnant with her first child, and she and husband Chris Tyrrell will welcome their bundle of joy this summer.

Fellow musician Dave Haywood recently revealed the star brought out her inner diva on the band's new record thanks to her pregnancy.

“I personally thought Hillary sang the best she’s ever sang on this record. There’s a lot more charisma, and I think there’s a lot of excitement. Being pregnant has given her this newfound excitement and empowerment knowing that she’s bringing a new child into this world very soon," he revealed, before Hillary chimed in: “I found my inner sass."

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