Binky 'skinny jeans and heels' is her fool proof pulling outfit, and goes for a more understated look when she dresses to impress the opposite sex.
Binky Felstead reveals ''skinny jeans and heels'' is her fool proof pulling outfit.
The 'Made in Chelsea' beauty - who has had romances with co-stars Alex Mytton and Jamie Laing - has explained she goes for a more ''understated'' look when she dresses to impress the opposite sex.
Speaking to BANG Showbiz at the Easilocks' launch after being named the face of Hair Hero tool, the 25 year old said: ''I'm not really a dress fitting kind of girl, I love a more understated look, a heel definitely, yes heels always, with some skinny jeans.
''I'm so bad with fashion though I should probably start getting more involved with it but I'll wear anything that's in my wardrobe I haven't worn in a while, I'm not fussed, I always wear bloody baggy jumpers on the show.''
Binky - whose real name is Alexander - also expressed how she is quite different from most of her other female polished co-stars on the E4 show.
''I don't care, I mean I do care how I look, but I don't match my nail varnish with my shoes, that's not really me.''
On the subject of boys, the Chelsea favourite also stated that there's certain things which need to grab her attention first: ''I look for kindness, fun and loyalty.''
''I would never go on Tinder! I don't think that would go down too good because I want to meet somebody face to face, it's different you kind of want to meet them.
It would be a bit weird if they knew who I am, I want to meet them see if they are genuine.''
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