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Kelly Brook comfortable in couture

Published 28/04/2013

Kelly Brook
Kelly Brook

Kelly Brook says one of the plus sides of wearing a couture dress is not having to wear Spanx

The brunette beauty has described her Cinderella moment in a new interview with British magazine Closer.

Talking about the outfit she wore to Sir Elton John's Oscar party in Los Angeles in March 2010, Kelly revealed that style and comfort were both key to loving the look.

"I borrowed this Bruce Oldfield dress," she said of the black and nude ruffled creation.

"It showed more leg than I usually would at such a prestigious event, but I thought it was beautiful and different. And there's no need for Spanx in a couture dress- result!"

Kelly also spoke about the accessories she wore to the star-studded event, including her shoes, clutch bag and jewellery.

"I was gifted these diamond (earrings) from Bulgari to wear at the party. They were incredible and quite heavy," she said before revealing her love for her glamorous footwear.

"My first ever caged heels - Sergio Rossi and smothered in Swarovski crystals. I loved them!"

Kelly also spoke about her beauty regime, and listed the products she couldn't be without. The star says her signature style relies on a couple of key items.

"I like volume in my hair, so I carry travel rollers with me - even when I'm wearing an updo," she said.

"I also love DuWop Lip Venom - it's super shiny and plumps my lips. For a glam look, I snip my false lashes in half and stick them on my outer eye corners."

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