Her Way: Kristen Bell

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"I don't want to look ultra-tan, but I know the benefits of a good bronzer—it's great at making me look like less of a corpse."
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"These are made by these two teenage girls—what could be cuter? Plus, they don't break your hair and look good on your wrist."
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"Holy Moses, I've used every brand of dry shampoo, and this is my favorite. I have thin hair, so this is exactly what I need to pump it up."
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"Isn't this bag insane? You just lift up the brass top. Angela O'Brien makes a lot of cool things."
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"Lizzie makes the greatest everyday jewelry. It's dainty but still stands out—and goes with everything."
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"I can always find my favorite mascara because of its bright yellow tube."
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"I unearthed this Gucci scarf at a consignment store—and it was such a score!"
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"The two adorable girls at Dannijo make all this crazy-awesome, experimental jewelry together."
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"I bought this Dooney & Bourke bag on one of those home shopping TV shows!"
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"These are my go-tos. I love the little signature etched onto the glass."
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"I approached Brian Atwood at a party and asked him to make a shoe for a human foot—and he listened! I bought this other pair in Europe. They were actually cheap."
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Kristen Bell may be best friends with her stylist, Nicole Chavez, but she still possesses an amateur's delight for the sport of shopping. "My first inkling that I had an opinion about fashion was in the early '90s when I called my dad out for wearing a cutoff, midriff-baring B.U.M. Equipment sweatshirt," says the actress with a laugh, admitting that her authority in the field isn't all that far-reaching. "Rachel Bilson told me her stylist was really interested in meeting me," Bell explains. "I think she saw pictures and thought, 'She's doing it all wrong!' " While Bell now has a professional to back her up for big fashion moments, her strong opinions about style are still intact. With that in mind, we asked her to pack a bag of her all-time, can't-live-without-them must-haves to bring to our shoot. Here, the pieces from her wardrobe that get the most mileage.

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