Whitney Port is so indecisive, she won't buy her wedding dress ''until the last minute'' as she fears she will go off it before the big day.
Whitney Port won't buy her wedding dress until the ''last minute''.
The former 'Hills' star says her and fiance Tim Rosenman's wedding plans are going ''great'' and though she wouldn't say when or where the nuptials will take place, she admitted she hasn't yet bought her outfit for the big day as she fears she would change her mind before making it down the aisle.
She told the New York Daily News newspaper: ''I'm waiting until the last minute because I change my mind all the time!''
The 29-year-old beauty- who has her own fashion label, Whitney Eve - has teamed up with Wedding Paper Divas to launch her own range of wedding stationery and she hopes the diverse range of six designs offers something for every bride.
She said: ''A wedding is such a personal affair, so I wanted everyone to find something.
''We talked about the different vibes and the wedding that I would want [when designing].''
The collection - which includes save-the-date cards, invitations, RSVP cards and thank you notes - ranges from bohemian poppy designs to floral prints with a flourishing script and some which the designer described as ''arty and Aztec-y''.
Asked for her favourite design, Whitney said she would choose ''elements from all of them'' for her own invites, but admitted she mostly preferred the 'Lavish Laurel' range.
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