True Whit: Designing a Life of Style, Beauty, and Fun
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Fashion trendsetter, TV reality star, and clothing designer Whitney Port shares her own personal stories, beauty and fitness secrets, and tried-and-true advice on everything a girl needs to know to kick-start her life of style. Intimate, honest, and straight-to-the-point, True Whit is Whitney Port revealed!
Brava times two! Keira Knightley I love the British aspect of her style, and how she mixes masculine and feminine. One day she does London street chic, and the next day she’s superpolished at a premiere. She knows how to accentuate her figure and also how and when to take chances. Her style is always eclectic, but she always gets it right. Rihanna Coolness personified. She takes big fashion risks, mixing rocker with runway, but always with confidence. She puts out the vibe “I can be different
just the girls? Once you know the concept, you can plan the decorations, the guest list, and your menu—even if you only intend to order in. Pick the perfect time. A good party requires a good turnout. You may not want a huge party, but you still want people to come. Obviously, Friday or Saturday nights are the most popular times; you don’t have to go to work the next morning. But sometimes a Sunday brunch can be just as fun! Just double-check that your party doesn’t conflict with other popular
she kept under wraps. I wore a white Cinderella-esque Manoush dress with Giuseppe Zanotti heels and Bing Band earrings. I was one of the first to arrive. It was a very surreal moment, but I embraced it. I felt very lucky to be surrounded by so much love. There is not much more you can ask for at any age. Twenty-five is a big number and comes with a lot of expectations, but if you have support, compassion, and loyalty, everything else is a cakewalk. My family, Mom, Dad, Ryan, Ashley, Evan,
get creative (and you know creativity is one of my fave things!) in my meals. I mix it up: some days, I’m all about proteins and veggies, and the next day I want more comfort food. I listen to my body; it knows—probably more than I do—what it needs. Then I react with some smart choices. If sweetness is what I want, than I don’t grab the Häagen-Dazs anymore. Instead, I reach for a sweet potato or a cinnamon raisin English muffin. Or, if I just gotta have chocolate, a sixty-calorie pudding cup or a
doesn’t take up floor space. I categorize my shoes into boots, sandals, flats, close-toed heels, and open-toed heels and store them either on shelves or in an over-the-door rack. Sometimes, it simply helps to see what’s inside the box. You can shoot Polaroids of your shoes and tape them to the boxes, or invest in see-through plastic boxes so you can find your mules in minutes. • I have tons of hair accessories that can disappear if they’re not well organized. I have a wrought-iron headband tree