5 Celebrities Who Get Style Advice From Their Daughters
They might be already stylish enough (some of these stars even have their own fashion lines!) but these 5 celebrities say they often get style advice from their daughters. Their offspring may be only a few months old or in their twenties, but their daughters like to have a say in what their parent wears. Be it offering their advice or even criticism on a particular look, these celebrities say that their kids often have something to comment on when they’re prepping for the red carpet or even stepping out just for the day. Already developing a keen sense of fashion, these celeb daughters know what they like and are budding fashionistas!
Dennis says his very young daughter is already in to fashion and gives out her style tips: ”[Zoe] is a really smart girl and she is a very girly girl! She was into fashion when she was three months old! She would look at my hat and go, ‘no!”’
Supermodel Jerry Hall is inspired by her younger daughter Georgia’s personal style and she says she often encourages her to take more risks: ”[Georgia has taught me to] try to play with colour and take risks. She used to take a lot of risks when she was younger.”
Kate’s daughter Lila Grace already has a style of her own and often gives her advice to her style icon mom: “She already has a great handbag collection. She has a mirrored Fendi bag and she’ll say things like, ‘I’m not going to wear that anymore.’ She has really good style as well. She knows what she likes and I can’t force her to wear anything she doesn’t, which is annoying sometimes. But now I rarely go shopping without her. She tells me what she doesn’t like or she’ll say, ‘Mummy, you look nice!’ or ‘That dress is amazing!’ She’s got it.”
Kate reveals that her daughter often shares her own fashion opinion with her actress mom: “I have an eight-year-old daughter and she is a little bit of a fashionista. In fact, just last night she said to me: ‘Mum, just a personal question. Why do you wear so much black?’ I said to her what colour do you think I should wear? And she said, ‘Pink. No, not pink. Anyone over the age of 10 shouldn’t wear pink!'”
Katie says that daughter Suri often tells her what not to wear: “She’ll really tell me what she thinks. Like today I’m wearing brown suede pants, and she said, ‘I don’t like your pants.’ But then she’ll say, ‘You’ve got to wear these shoes.’ Or ‘That’s so pretty, Mom. Wear that.’ She’s got a great eye.”