Belfast Telegraph

Thursday 24 July 2014

Wyatt obsessed with Louboutins

Kimberly Wyatt

Kimberly Wyatt says her Burberry capes are “timeless pieces”.

The former Pussycat Doll is known for her love of edgy clothing and that’s been the case all her life. The 31-year-old star set her heart on an iconic pair of footwear when she was little and they are now her prized possession.

“Probably one of my Burberry capes – they’re timeless pieces. And I’d never want to part with my thigh-high Louboutins. I paid dearly for them because I dreamt of having them ever since I was a kid,” she told Now magazine, when quizzed on what she’d save from a burning building.

“Christian Louboutin makes such amazing shapes. I have 30 pairs!!”

Kimberly refused to rule out any fashion trends, insisting style is all about trying new things.

“I’m a bit of a fashion chameleon. I like to try everything. It might not be in my everyday life, but for shoots or TV appearances I do like to experiment. I have a look and personality that can pull off most trends,” she explained.

“Dare to be different. Try new styles, but do it on a budget so you can find what works for you. Find cool vintage shops where you can try new looks at a good price.”

The singer enjoys looking at catwalks for inspiration and is excited about mixing things up during Fall/Winter 13. This season she isn’t dreaming of key pieces, rather an overall look she wants to create.

“The play between feminine and masculine is one of my favourite looks. I love taking things from my Punk Doll days and adding a more entrepreneurial businesswoman elegance to it. I like playing with both,” she said.

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