Ni­cole Richie's fa­vorite trend is the 'turtle­neck style'

Kuwait Times - - LIFESTYLE -

The 35-year-old Amer­i­can fash­ion de­signer - who launched House of Har­low 1960 in 2009 - has ad­mit­ted she is a big fan of the ba­sic sta­ple and con­sid­ers the high-neck top a must-have gar­ment to layer dresses or jump­suits over for the win­ter months. Speak­ing to Vogue.com about her wardrobe es­sen­tials, the blonde beauty said: "I like the turtle­neck style and then I just layer sum­mer dresses or even jump­suits on top." And the for­mer 'Sim­ple Life' star - who was legally adopted by the 'Hello' hitmaker Lionel Richie and his for­mer part­ner Brenda Har­vey when Ni­cole was nine years old - has re­vealed she loves to "pull to­gether my in­spi­ra­tion and fa­vorite looks" in one place to help her fans with fash­ion ad­vice and styling tips. She ex­plained: "I like be­ing able to pull to­gether my in­spi­ra­tion and fa­vorite looks all in one place for any­one who wants to repli­cate my­self." How­ever, Ni­cole has ad­mit­ted she doesn't "ex­pect" peo­ple to be dressed "headto-toe" in items from her la­bel . Speak­ing pre­vi­ously about the fash­ion house, Ni­cole said: "I de­sign ev­ery piece think­ing about what ex­ists in peo­ple's clos­ets al­ready. "This is 2016, I don't ex­pect peo­ple to wear my brand head to toe. So I love giv­ing girls op­tions lay­er­ing op­tions - many dif­fer­ent pieces they can layer with pieces that they al­ready have." And the tele­vi­sion per­son­al­ity - who has eightyear-old daugh­ter Har­low and seven-year-old son Spar­row with her hus­band Joel Mad­den has re­vealed the in­spi­ra­tion be­hind her de­signs was com­fort, be­cause she "loves" wear­ing clothes she can move freely in. She ex­plained: "I love wear­ing a piece of cloth­ing where I feel like I can run around at any mo­ment and dance in it. So you know, I guess when I'm de­sign­ing, I want the clothes to feel cel­e­bra­tory and feel very light and fun and feel like you could move seam­lessly."

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