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Paris Hilton's style switch up

Published 19/05/2015

Paris Hilton
Paris Hilton

Paris Hilton has recalled her biggest fashion mistake, citing a time she wore a princess gown with a glow-in-the-dark jacket.

The hotel heiress rose to fame when she appeared on reality show The Simple Life alongside Nicole Richie. Back then, the two stars were known for their heavy make-up and revealing outfits and Paris has recalled her most embarrassing fashion blunder.

"I think my style has definitely changed over the years," she mused to the British edition of OK! magazine. "I went to Sundance [Film Festival] ten years ago and I bought this dress - it had a black corset and pink tulle down to the floor. So I'm wearing that and my heels were too weird for the snow, so I put on snow boots, a glow-in-the-dark Hugo Boss jacket because I was so cold and then a beanie. It was a princess dress with snow boots and then snow clothes over it."

Paris also considered her changing beauty look, explaining that her hair extensions back in The Simple Life days were done by someone who "didn't know how to do them at all". She's also ditched the orange spray tans she used to favour, instead opting for a more natural "custom" colour.

The star not only sings and DJs, but is also a keen businesswoman with a fragrance range. She's just brought out a new perfume, a limited edition product that celebrates her ten years in scent.

"This reminds me of the beginning of it all, stamped with the original scent, ten years ago when I first started in this business. It brings back so many fun and amazing memories," she smiled.

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