Laura Whitmore has admitted she was obsessed with the Olsen twins' fashion sense and tried to incorporate their flare into her own style.
The 30-year-old TV presenter used to look to the fashion designer twins, 29, for inspiration when putting together her outfits, but she now tries to weave in some Old Hollywood glam while incorporating styles from her close friends.
Asked who her fashion icons are, she said: ''I look to my friends - they all have different fashion sense to me - and I used to have an unhealthy obsession with the Olsen twins. They're just fabulous with their massive sunglasses.''
She added: ''I love old school Hollywood glamour too like Brigitte Bardot and Grace Kelly. Then Kate Hudson or Kate Moss, Sienna Miller - they always look comfortable in what they're wearing and ooze this stylishness that I just love.''
The 'I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here! NOW!' host believes she dresses depending on her mood, although she usually slumps for skinny jeans and a shirt on a normal day.
She said: ''I dress for moods. My staple look would be skinny jeans, and a shirt or something and but its good to experiment with fashion so I've worn a bright yellow feather dress before because it's really fun. I think the most important thing is that you're comfortable and have fun with it. Fashion should be a reflection of your personality.''
Meanwhile, the blonde stunner is preparing to release her debut jewellery collection with Daisy London next month.
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