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At Alice + Olivia, we chat with Kelly Osbourne, Melissa Joan Hart, and Ugly Betty's Ana Ortiz to hear about their celeb style. ...
Kelly Osbourne prefers to wear what's comfortable - mixing high end designers with budget friendly accessories. Melissa Joan Hart takes advice from her friends on what's fashionable and dishes on her must-have pieces. As a new mom, Ana Ortiz likes to keep things simple. Check out our video to hear more!
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Kelly Osbourne & More: Celeb Style at New York Fashion Week
Kelly: Alice + Olivia, I love the line so much. My earrings are—and my necklace is Alice + Olivia. Wear what you like, wear what makes you comfortable. Don’t wear it because someone told you to.
When you’re a kid and your mom puts you in something and, “I really don’t want to wear these. I feel so stupid.” And you kind of sit there and you show—but then you put something on that you really like wearing and it makes you feel confident and it makes you feel better about yourself. As long as you wear what you like no matter what anyone says then you’re fine.
Melissa: I'm not very stylish. So, I need a lot of encouragement. I always have friends coming over and going to my closet and going, “Look at this.” And I'm like, “Really, you like that?” Because I wasn’t sure but if someone says they like it then I get a little bit more, “I can wear that. I can pull that off.” So, I like to be brave but then I'm always whipped out. My personal favorite thing, my genes, just jeans, the scarf makes every outfit hold together. I got the necklace work in the day but yeah so like having one thing that’s like bold and draws attention but only one.
Ana: I'm here to represent Alice + Olivia. I don’t know if I have a philosophy but I definitely like to keep it simple. I don’t like to go for all the bells and whistles for me especially having a new daughter. It’s sort of like simple, chic, and comfortable.