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Kristin Cavallari: 'Motherhood hasn't changed my style'

Published 14/04/2016

Kristin Cavallari
Kristin Cavallari

Kristin Cavallari has chosen minimalist and simplistic designs for her Emerald Duv jewellery line.

Reality TV star Kristin Cavallari hasn't had to change her wardrobe since becoming a mother.

The former Laguna Beach castmate, who has three children with American football player husband Jay Cutler, admits her clothing choices remain virtually the same as they did when she was young, free and single.

"I don’t know that becoming a wife and mother has really affected my style," she told WWD. "I still wear the things I love to wear. Luckily, with jewellery and children, I’m all about simplicity. You have to be with kids. Otherwise you’d get earrings ripped out or necklaces broken.

"Since becoming a mom, I’ve worn more flats. It’s more practical. I still have my favourite heels and booties and stuff. I just don’t do it (wear them) as often as I used to."

Simplicity has also been the key component of her jewellery line, Emerald Duv, which she launched with her close friend Chelsea Bulte in October (15).

"We do have trendy pieces," she said of the range. "We pay attention to the trends. We have a gold choker right now. We also want the pieces to be minimalistic and simple enough so you can mix and match with everything in your closet. Everything is layerable and stackable."

The price point of Emerald Duv has also been an important consideration for the 29-year-old and its the reason she has also introduced affordable brand Duv Luv.

She explained. "I want my whole brand to be affordable - everything I do. You don’t have to spend $900 on a pair of Louboutins to look great. Or spend $2,400 on Anita Ko. We’re still tweaking some of the prices. We’re seeing what works. That’s why we wanted to have the lower-priced line, too. A hundred dollars for a pair of earrings is still expensive for some people. The quality for Emerald Duv is better than Duv Luv because of the prices."

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