‘Style is the way you say who you are without having to speak’ the actress whom we roped in today for our exclusive fashion segment is no less than a diva in real life. Jennifer Winget who has an unconventional choice in fashion spills the beans on her fashion choices!
One thing that completely changes the look of a person and their persona, according to you?
I think your hair plays a big role in creating a memorable first impression. It is an extension of your personality and can do a lot to boost confidence which then is what we all like to feel. I can’t speak for everyone but for me, I definitely have and continue to use it as a canvas to express myself. I wish more people would express themselves through their hair. My hair colour transformation to cherry red was more to break out of that cycle of monotony that had set in during the lockdown. But this BOLD statement has now gone beyond being a mere mood lifter. It is vibrant, shiny, and stylish and is just that boost of confidence and colour I needed to return with. I have the experts at BBLUNT to thank for developing a salon-quality product such as Salon Secret and give every Indian the chance to a salon experience, at home, just like me!
Your all-time fav colours?
Can’t go wrong with black, white or blue and sometimes a pop of cherry red seems to be what I am indulging in the most these days!
One must-have in every girl’s closet
A white shirt and a pair of ripped jeans and sneakers. That’s a whole look for you!
One fashion hack that can come in handy to everyone
The boyfriend t-shirt
One common fashion mistake you think people commit unintentionally
Too much makeup, too much accessorising – why hide who you really are!?
One OOTD suggestion that always is a bang on
Can’t go wrong with an easy-breezy dress in breathable fabrics!
One weird fashion outfit idea that you think will look good on any common person
A boyfriend shirt – team it with a belt and a pair of boots and you’re ready for the day
How do you define fashion?
Individualism and comfort are what I work by and also not following trends blindly.
5 tips for budget shopping that will make your wardrobe rich but won’t be heavy on your wallet
Reuse old dupattas as scarves, moms old sarees make for pretty Kurtis or a gorgeous flared skirt. Don’t buy stuff cause it looks good on someone else! Go with what works for you.