A Girl Copies Celebrities’ Outfits to Prove You Don’t Need a Personal Stylist to Create a Cool Look

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People have formed complexes that decide which body shapes meet and do not meet common expectations as a result of the fashion industry’s dominance in recent years. Stores at the time made us believe that clothes were made for ideal mannequins rather than actual, living women. However, times have changed, and runways have finally begun to feature models of different body types, while multiple bloggers have become role models for others, demonstrating that having a sense of style does not include having a super-thin waist.

Kate Middleton

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Reese Witherspoon

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Princess Diana

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Kate Middleton

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Amal Clooney

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Katie Holmes

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Kate Middleton

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Heidi Klum

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Lily Collins

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Zoë Kravitz

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Isla Fisher

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Alessandra Ambrosio

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Kendall Jenner

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Mila Kunis

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Kate Middleton

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Carole Radziwill

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Which of Katie’s looks was your favourite? Is it simple for you to choose the appropriate clothing in a mass-market setting?

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