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Lauren Conrad on her The Hills wardrobe
Since bursting onto our screens over 10 years ago as the main character in hit reality TV show The Hills, Lauren Conrad has made a name for herself in fashion.
Interning at a fashion magazine when the show first began, she went on to attend design school and now has two womenswear lines, LC Lauren Conrad and Paper Crown.
But Lauren has revealed that she doesn't always look back on her The Hills days with fond fashion memories.
Lauren reveals she never had a stylist during her time on The Hills
"The early 2000s were an interesting period for [me and] fashion," she told Elle magazine.
"And as much as I get shivers when I look at photos from that time, I'm comforted by the fact that most people standing around me were doing the same thing.
She added, "It wasn't great, but I wasn't alone. It's just a part of being young that you sort of move together."
Lauren burst onto our screens over 10 years ago on The Hills
Lauren also revealed that she didn’t work with stylists for the show, instead putting outfits together herself.
"There was never any wardrobe involved," she said. "After several season, it was actually starting to get difficult because you didn't want to wear the same outfit over again when you're filming.
"It's funny because I look back at the amount I used to spend on clothes and I can't believe it. I mean, some of the girls I think worked with stylists. If I had an event I would work with one, but for day-to-day shooting, ut was all me."
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