‘The Vow’ actress, Rachel McAdams explains why she only uses a stylist for red carpet events and up-and-coming actress and sister of Mary-Kate and Ashley, Elizabeth Olsen apparently used to ruin family photos!
Rachel McAdams only uses a stylist for important events.
The ‘Vow’ actress says she loves getting advice from experts for what to wear on the red carpet but when it comes to every day outfits, she’s happy to dress herself.
She told LOOK magazine, “I only have a stylist when I work. I don’t have a little special person who helps me get dressed in the morning! I am blessed to work with amazing stylists when I am working, otherwise I will grab a pair of jeans.”
Rachel says when she does enlist the help of a stylist it makes her feel a like a princess. She said, “I do feel a bit like Cinderella. Like when I went to the ‘Sherlock Holmes’ premiere. The shoes were little Christian Louboutin glass slippers and the gown was made from beautiful silver lace. When you take it off it’s really weird, because it’s all borrowed. I feel like a pumpkin.”
Elizabeth Olsen claims she doesn’t know how to model clothes.
The 22-year-old actress – younger sister of fashion designer twins Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen – says she has always loved getting dressed up but insists she isn’t a natural in front of the cameras.
She told VS magazine,”I love playing dress-up, but by no means do I know how to model clothes. I was that kid that never smiled in photographs. I would make stupid faces and ruin pictures. I’ve never been the ‘pretty face’.”
While she doesn’t know how to model clothes, Elizabeth recently revealed she loves to wear item from her sisters’ fashion label because they’re free. M
ary-Kate and Ashley founded their own clothing collection The Row in 2007 after they struggled to find the perfect T-shirt and have since expanded sunglasses and handbags and while Elizabeth loves the fit of the clothes, she admitted getting them for nothing was a bonus. She explained, “I love their clothes. They fit well, and they’re soft and silky and smooth. And it’s free – so I mostly end up wearing their clothes. It’s that or stuff I get at a second-hand store.”