Daily Mail (which isn’t that reliable and is usually poorly written) wrote an article about her book.
In the article Nicky claims that:
‘One of the biggest misconceptions about style is that you need a huge bank account to have it. I believe that no amount of money can buy you style. Having good style takes originality, imagination and confidence.’
That is so true. It is so easy to fall into the trap of buying only the most expensive, designer wear.
Nicky goes on to say:
‘My method suggests identifying six staple items of clothing and five essential accessories per season, my 3-6-5 approach; it’s proven to really be a fail-proof method for me and my friends.’
It is a very interesting method and I will see if I can use this approach when buying clothes and choosing outfits and accessories for day-to-day wear. I do have my staples, but I have never really thought of it this deeply. She mentions that it is important to buy clothes that are suitable for three main aspects of your lifestyle and adapting these looks for work and play.
I never knew that Nicky Hilton was such a fashionista.
‘Fashion for me is about expressing yourself, showing the outside world a glimpse of who you are on the inside’ – Nicky Hilton.