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Sunday 29 November 2015

Zooey Deschanel stylist tips

Published 27/12/2012

Zooey Deschanel
Zooey Deschanel

Zooey Deschanel's best red carpet looks have been revealed by her stylists.

The actress uses the talents of Canadian styling duo Karla Welch and Kemal Harris to help her look amazing at high profile events.

The formidable fashionistas have shared their secrets to helping celebrities look kooky cool without being silly.

"[Our style can be summarised as] effortless and cool," Karla revealed to Grazia Daily. "We don't know anyone who didn't adore Hailee Steinfeld in her Prada liquorice stripes at the SAG Awards. Fact."

The two stylists continued to analyse Zooey's greatest red carpet looks.

They named the custom-made Prada dress she wowed in at the 2012 Golden Globes and the baby blue Reem Acra gown she wore to this year's Emmys as two of her best A-list outfits.

Karla and Kemal shared their top tip for dressing well, which is to invest in a good tailor to ensure a perfect fit.

"Some girls can slip on anything, but others can't," Karla explained. "When people look amazing on the red carpet it's because the clothes fit well."

In 2013, and the labels we can expect to see Zooey rocking are likely to be ones the style dream team are favouring.

"[Our top labels are] Balenciaga, Carven, ALC, Jil Sander, Stella McCartney and Céline" Karla and Kemal said. "[The item you need now is] Carven's bow sling backs. A pair of perfect flats will chic up anything. Simply add a trench to jeans, roll the cuff, put on the flats and voila - you are instantly French!"

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