Her Way: Jessica Simpson

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"My sister Ashlee will rummage through my closet and find pieces I bought in 2003 and make them feel right now—and like she didn't even try."
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"Tucker makes great blousy, long-sleeved silk tops. Whenever I wear them, I make sure to show off my legs a little bit!"
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"I always use waterproof mascara—L'Oréal Voluminous—I think it keeps my lashes up."
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"When I'm traveling, I love a messenger bag that I can wear across my body."
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"These are my favorite shoes. They are vintage-looking and chic—and make you about six inches taller."
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"I'm a bit lazy and don't want to wash my face right after I work out, so I use these Proactiv wipes. They whisk away all of the sweat."
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"I am really big on beauty products: The Moroccanoil hair line is amazing. It smells like coconut."
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"I like skinny jeans, but I wear them a bit baggy and lower on my hips and roll them up at the bottom."
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"I'm a huge Jean Paul Gaultier fan. His pieces make my waist look good. Yes, they're an investment, but I'll have them when I'm old and gray."
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"I'm the type of person who will mix Tom Ford Arabian Wood for men with a rose or jasmine-tinged women's scent."
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"What Goes Around Comes Around has the best vintage concert tees. I'm on the permanent waiting list for anything Led Zeppelin."
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Jessica Simpson has undergone a noteworthy personal style evolution, inspired, she says, by coming to terms with some serious body issues over the course of the last year. She stopped fighting her hourglass silhouette, for instance, after realizing that "we all obsess over looking like the perfect Barbie type, and that's not always what's beautiful. It's about making peace with yourself."

This sea change came out of her globe-spanning journey for her VH1 show, The Price of Beauty—a trip that also provided the tools to diversify her wardrobe. "I encountered such vibrant colors," says Simpson, recalling shopping excursions that yielded ethnic accessories way out of her casual-pretty comfort zone: ornate Indian bangles, leather bags from North Africa. "Morocco was a huge influence on me when it comes to jewelry and fashion," she says. "You can't help but want to buy caftans when you're there!"
Brian Bowen Smith

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