Laura Whitmore gets style inspiration from others and loves observing how people on the streets put outfits together.
Laura Whitmore loves having a different sense of style to her friends.
The 28-year-old presenter is constantly seeking out new trends and thinks her wardrobe has changed a lot as she has got older.
She said: ''My style has definitely evolved over the years and I dress very differently to my friends which is cool. I look through magazines for fashion inspiration but I mainly look to how others around me, either at home or when aboard, wear it well - I love street-style just to see how other people put outfits together.''
Laura has been working with Timex as a Style Insider for their Wear It Well campaign, speaking to people about their style and what it means to them, and was thrilled to find tons of inspiration for her own wardrobe during her quest.
She added to BANG Showbiz: ''Through my work with Timex I have met so many different people on Britain's streets, all who had really individual styles that inspired me to try new things myself. One girl was wearing a slogan bag that I have.
''I usually only use it for evenings but she was wearing it with her daytime outfit and it looked amazing. I might try that next time I am searching for a cool daytime clutch.''
The Irish beauty loves experimenting with new looks, but will only wear things that make her feel comfortable.
The MTV presenter added: ''My top tip for looking your best is to dress for yourself, not for anyone else. Even working with a stylist, I wouldn't wear anything she told me to wear unless I was comfortable with it myself.
''That said, it's good to push yourself out of your style comfort zone every so often to make sure you try new things. I have started wearing brighter colours because I was challenged to try something different and now I love them!''
Style icon and TV presenter Laura has partnered with Timex to discover what 'Wear It WellTM' means to the UK. Check out what she found at www.timex.co.uk/wearitwell or join in the conversation by tweeting @TimexUK with #Wearitwell
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