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Monday 24 November 2014

Whitney Port: Go crazy with colour

INDIO, CA - APRIL 12:  Whitney Port stopped by the Fruttare Hangout at Coachella to share what keeps her looking on the bright side on April 12, 2013 in Indio, California. New Fruttare Fruit Bars are now available in stores nationwide. #itsallgood  (Photo by Todd Oren/Getty Images for Fruttare)
Whitney Port

Whitney Port says people shouldn’t be afraid to “experiment” with colour when it comes to fashion.

The style idol has won fans all over the world with her laidback approach to fashion. Whitney believes it is important for everyone to know exactly what shades suit them best.

“Experiment with colour. Once you’ve discovered the colours that suit you the best, stick with them. I like neutrals and blues,” she told British magazine Closer. “British girls take more risks. They’re not afraid of colour mixing and matching prints, or wearing different trends at the same time. I love that! We have Topshop in America, but I prefer it here. I love River Island, too – it’s super fun and doesn’t break the bank.”

Whitney also revealed five essentials that every woman should have in her wardrobe. She chose a pastel biker jacket, pointed wedges, an oversized sweatshirt, denim cut-offs and printed trousers.

“Printed trousers are fun and easy – just pair them with basics,” she explained. “Show off your assets. I wear lots of shorts because I know my legs are my best body part.”

The TV star-and-designer also advocates comfort when it comes to clothes. Whitney insists that fashion doesn’t need to be uptight or suffocating.

“Comfort is important. I always feel confident in a loose, flowing dress,” she added. “If you’re not absolutely sure of your outfit, it really does show.”

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