Jourdan Dunn prefers to keep her wardrobe ''simple'' but spruce it up with patterned accessories.
Jourdan Dunn likes to keep her wardrobe ''simple.''
The 25-year-old fashion model prefers to stock up her bedroom cupboards with elegant, timeless, items and spruce it up a little with patterned accessories.
She told InStyle magazine: ''I keep the majority of my wardrobe simple and timeless but add in just one touch of a trend - either a cool pattern or an interesting shoe or bag.''
However, the raven-haired beauty doesn't like to spend hours scouring the high street and designer stores for her next big buy as she prefers to shop online at home.
She said previously: ''I'm all about online shopping. It's quite a habit actually. I love Browns and Net-A-Porter, so I get my high-end pieces from there. But I also love Topshop and Nasty Gal. Even some Misbehave stuff is quite cool.''
Meanwhile, although she keeps her style to the minimum, her beauty regime is something she doesn't do by halves.
She explained: ''My beauty regime is kind of intense. Well, not intense, but some other people will look at it and find it surprising. Every morning and night I take the time out - I'd say a good half an hour - to prep my skin. I swear by a good sheet mask. My favourite is SK-II, it's especially great for when you're on a flight or before you go to bed. That way you wake up nice and fresh.''
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