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Sparks: My Fitbit encourages me

Published 08/09/2015

Jordin Sparks
Jordin Sparks

Jordin Sparks thinks she has a pretty simple style.

The 25-year-old is busy promoting her new album, Right Here, Right Now, but does her best to make sure she still has time to exercise. The star finds her Fitbit activity tracker helps her stay on plan even when she can’t make it to a gym.

“I love that thing, it’s good actually I’ve been hitting my 10,000 steps a day which is nice,” she enthused to People magazine. “I try and be active every day, my schedule gets really really crazy so sometimes I can’t always hit the gym, or get to a class, but having that really encourages me because I can look at it and go ok, let me stand up and walk around the room or walk up the steps instead of taking the escalator, these things really make a big difference.”

Her efforts have certainly paid off, as Jordin has a fabulous figure. But that doesn’t mean the star is obsessed with bodycon dresses or miniskirts to show it off. In fact, her taste is much simpler and low key.

“I’m pretty simple, I love pants. Just put me in pants, jeans, tights, I love being able to pair tights with a really cute dress and boots that is always something like that is always something cute, always something that everyone can pull off, I feel anyway,” she continued. “I’m also obsessed with scarves. Even though its summer or spring, I always have a scarf with me, because of my voice but as well I just really like them.”

One accessory that Jordin is trying to work into her wardrobe more is hats.

“I’ve gotten better with beanies and hats, but I’m going to try and do a little bit more because sometimes I’m just like I spend so long doing my hair why am I putting a hat on top of this, you know what I mean?” she added.

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