A rising style blogger, Kerr knows a thing or two about fashion. Here, she shares 7 of her trusty outfit tips, along with advice on how to look picture-perfect in front of the camera.
Fashion Tip: Mix leopard and plaid with an ultra- feminine, sparkly statement necklace.
Camera Tip: “Know your best angles. Go through some photographs of yourself and find the ones you like the best. Chances are the angles are the same.”
Fashion Tip: Channel Audrey Hepburn with a moody dark floral skirt and retro sunglasses.
Camera Tip: “If you can't tone it, tan it! A quick spray tan will immediately make you look 10 pounds lighter. “
Beauty Tip: Toss your untamed mane into a messy updo and no one will be the wiser.
Camera Tip: “Wash your hair the day before a photo shoot. "Morning of" hair can be more unruly and frizzy, and the extra oil will translate as shine on camera.”
Fashion Tip: Throw a bold print like camouflage or leopard into the mix to break up the color monotony and catch the eye.
Camera Tip: “A nude or metallic heel is your best friend. The shoe will disappear and you'll photograph like you've got legs for days (even if you don't!).”
Fashion Tip: Pair pieces in different colors and leave the head-to-toe black leather look to bikers and S&M enthusiasts. Also, shiny statement jewelry offsets the matte finish of the leather.
Camera Tip: “Yes, black might be known for making us look thinner, but a bright, bold color will capture the flash and pop on camera.”
Fashion Tip: The general rule-of-thumb is to play against your facial contours. So if you have round features, choose angular frames and vice versa.
Camera Tip: “Use a foundation with an illuminator in it—your skin will glow! And remember to exfoliate beforehand, too.”
Fashion Tip: The biggest revelation in eveningwear this season? White is the new black. Test drive the trend for yourself with a tuxedo dress and funky flats.
Camera Tip: “Don't forget to smile! Happiest girls are the prettiest girls.”