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Meghan Trainor's sequinned style

Published 17/04/2015

Meghan Trainor
Meghan Trainor

Meghan Trainor has a go-to fabric for when she wants to look like a singer.

The 21-year-old singer loves fashion and has a lot of fun with her clothes. She enjoys mixing things up and has set things for certain times, such as when she is being a full-force celebrity.

"I wear sequins when I want to be like, 'Look, I'm a pop star!'" she laughed to Us Weekly magazine.

This joy for style is one of the reasons why Meghan has teamed up with FullBeauty Brands, a website which boasts a variety of labels featuring plus-size to encourage women to feel confident in their own skin. She's created a swimwear range with other work in the pipeline and is happy if fans want to look to her for fashion advice.

Since hitting the big time with her track All About That Bass, the star has rethought some of her wardrobe. She is trying to mature, so has stocked up on pencil skirts and polo necks. Shoe-wise, the star is all about platforms because they add height without being uncomfortable.

She also has a go-to look for when she's not working.

"I throw my hair into a side braid and put on a headband. It makes me look more put together," she explained.

Make-up is another of her passions and she has a signature style. Usually she'll sport winged eyeliner painted on with a gel version, a swish of punk blush on the apples of her cheeks and a bright red lip.

"My lips are thin, so a bold colour makes me feel confident," she explained.

Meghan has become a poster girl for curvy women and is happy with that. She's previously given some advice on accepting your figure.

"You have to speak it out loud. It sounds so cheesy, but look at yourself and say: 'Damn, I look good today.' You're not lying to yourself, but you start believing it more," she urged British magazine Closer. "And every day when I say it now, I'm certain I look the bomb. I took a selfie the other day with no make-up on, and was like: 'I still look good!'"

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