Belfast Telegraph

Tuesday 16 September 2014

Kelly O: Men don't show your chests!

Kelly Osbourne

Kelly Osbourne has dished out her fashion and beauty tips which include her menswear preferences and how to avoid a dry mouth.

The violet-haired fashionista took to her Twitter account to rant about the style choice, making it clear she was not a fan of guys who like to show off their chest.

"When are men going to realize that a #DeepVNeck T-shirt is just not sexy? It's makes me uncomfortable!!! (sic)," Kelly tweeted, with an embarrassed face emoji.

Kelly has become a style star since she took on hosting duties for E!'s show Fashion Police.

She regularly blogs fashion and health advice on her website and was recently asked by fitsugar.com to reveal the contents of her day-to-day handbag.

Kelly pulled out a pair of ballet slippers, an eye mask and a copy of her dad, rocker Ozzy Osbourne's, Black Sabbath tour diary so she can always see where in the world he is.

"This is a must have for everybody, you need a Vaseline-like product," Kelly revealed to the camera, taking out a small pink pot. "Whenever I'm doing live TV, or I get nervous I get a dry mouth and my lips stick to my teeth, and it stops that from happening.

"But it also makes your teeth whiter when you smile on the red carpet... You would have no idea how grey the A-lister's in Hollywood teeth really, really are, it's unbelievable but it never shows up in pictures."

The 29-year-old TV personality also carries her own robe around in her "Mary Poppins bag" because she finds the ones in the gym can sometimes smell.

"Another tip that I have is I put all my brooches and extra jewellery on my backpack, so when I have a lot of interviews and I don't want to change a million times I wear black and then just change my accessories and people think it's a whole new outfit. That's a really good trick to do as well!" she smiled.

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