Kelly Osbourne has revealed she tries not to follow particular fashion trends and prefers to stick to her own unique ''modern day Teddy Girl'' style.
Kelly Osbourne doesn't worry about trends.
The TV personality - who is a fashion correspondent for E! and hosts the US series 'Fashion Police' - doesn't believe in copying other people's looks and prefers to stick to her own ''modern day Teddy Girl'' look.
When asked to divulge a piece of valuable style advice, Kelly told WWD: ''Don't worry about trends. I never have, ever. I think it's crazy now that Birkenstocks are in fashion because I've always worn them and gotten made fun of for them.
She added:''I like taking things that society considers to be ugly or uncool and finding a way to make them beautiful in everyone's eyes.
''I like the androgyny of men's wear but really girlifying it.''
The 29-year-old also offered some fail safe tips to looking camera -ready in an instant by throwing on a pair of oversized sunglasses paired with a vibrant lipstick for a splash of colour.
She said: ''One of my easiest tricks for running out the door when you know you're getting papped: big, huge sunglasses and a bright lip.''
Meanwhile, Kelly - who recently announced she was launching her own fashion line on HSN.com - has promised to include designs in the collection which cater to women on the go.
She explained: ''I'm working on some really fun stuff for bags, which I like, because I'm not the kind of girl that wants to carry a million things. I carry a backpack most of the time, and I think most women are leaning more toward that sort of style now because we do have to carry more stuff and nobody wants a sore shoulder.
''So it's important: things like having a compartment within the bag that a ballet flat will be in so when your feet hurt you can change your shoes.''
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