Rosie Huntington-Whiteley Explains Her Signature Casual Style

British beauty Rosie Huntington-Whiteley has become known for her amazing off-duty style. Sharing the template she follows to create her casual looks, the model says she almost always pairs a basic tee with jeans and ankle boots, although sometimes she feels like adding something extra or going more glamorous. She explained: “It’s so casual. I want to feel put together and polished, but people here aren’t very fashion conscious. There’s a fine balance between liking the way I look and not feeling overdressed, so I live in great T-shirts, denim and boots. You have to be comfortable and practical. But sometimes I’ll think, I’m putting on red lipstick and thigh-high boots and I’m going for it tonight! I’ll show up somewhere and I’m sure people are saying, ‘Who is that girl and where does she think she’s going?'” 

She finds her boyfriend Jason Statham's fame quite overwhelming and often it means she has to avoid doing simple things on her own, such as visiting a supermarket. She revealed: “It can become a frenzy walking down the street with him. People relate to him and feel like he’s the guy they grew up with, so it’s tricky. You can’t always do the right thing. […] People will say, ‘What do you mean you don’t do your own grocery shopping?’ But I go to the supermarket and there are 20 photographers watching it. Doing normal stuff just isn’t the same. I still get self-conscious when people recognize me. But my mum always says, ‘Life doesn’t give you an opportunity like this to turn down.'” 

 Rosie reveals that when she first started out as a model, she was told she was too healthy looking: “I’ve always been considered more of a commercial model. I started modeling when I was 16, which is just mental, and when I used to go to castings for the shows they would see me and say, ‘She looks too wholesome. She’s too healthy!’ And that’s bad because…? So I would think, ‘Well, thanks. I’ll take that as a compliment.’ I like that word, wholesome, so it’s hard for me to think of it as negative.”

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