Charlize Theron's Stylist Settles the "Age-Appropriate" Debate in One Sentence
Much has been said about what constitutes an "age-appropriate" outfit, but Charlize Theron's powerhouse stylist, Leslie Fremar, just gave the best possible retort. In a new interview with InStyle, Fremar—who was responsible for Theron's amazing bra-only red carpet look last week—discussed the topic succinctly.
"I work with women of all different ages, and it's really all about what you're comfortable with," she told InStyle, settling the debate once and for all and clarifying that the only thing that matters is how you feel. "If I was in the fitting and someone said to me, 'I don't feel this is age-appropriate,' that would mean something different. That would mean they're personally not comfortable with it, not that the next woman can't wear it." Amen to that. Head over to InStyle to read the rest of the enlightening interview.
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