5 Celebrities Who Don’t Need Stylists To Do Their Dressing

The stunning outfits you see celebrities wearing on the red carpet are typically the product of a stylist. They are in charge of arranging fittings, renting clothes from designers, and assisting their celebrity clientele in choosing the ideal ensemble for each occasion.
There's never a shortage of locations to be well-dressed for a celebrity in Hollywood with press tours, awards season, and guest appearances on the increase.

However, it's not simple to get a dress from a showroom to the red carpet. Stylists have their work cut out for them since in addition to ordering an outfit from a designer, they also have to fit it, make sure it matches the dress code and the wearer's particular style, transport it, and style it.

But you might be surprised to learn that some celebrities occasionally opt to use their own creative discretion. Some of them would rather choose their own outfits and handle everything themselves. Here are 5 famous people who don't need stylists to do their dressing.

#1 Diane Keaton

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If Lively and Badu are fashion chameleons, Diane Keaton is a celebrity with a tried-and-true, highly consistent look thanks to her fitted clothes and love of headwear. She developed this style on her own over decades in the spotlight. I adore clothing," she said to The Telegraph in the UK. I do my own makeup. She adores her own clothing so much that she posed in an overcoat, cropped pants, and boots on the cover of the 2016 Hollywood issue of Vanity Fair wearing her own clothing.

#2 Erykah Badu

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For decades, Ms. Badu has been creating fashion statements all by herself. Badu stated, "I make no distinction between what I wear on the street and the stage; it's all just my style," when speaking to Vogue about her decision to forgo a stylist. I don't have a stylist, and I never plan what I'm going to wear; it's always a spur-of-the-moment decision, she explained. But she will also style other people, as she did for Pyer Moss's New York Fashion Week presentation in February 2016.

#3 Blake Lively

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It's even more astonishing that the artist formerly known as Serena van der Woodsen constantly makes the best-dressed list by merit of her personal style. Lively has infamously shunned professional assistance, telling WWD last month that having control over her appearance is mostly the key. The truthful response, she continued, "is probably that I have control issues and a big ego, which is why I don't have a stylist." "I simply enjoy it. I enjoy fashion and design because it allows me to express my creativity. We'd say she's doing a pretty good job with outfits like the borrowed-from-the-boys suit above, ultra-feminine dresses, and extremely high heels.

#4 Emmy Rossum

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Rossum wears anything she wants, whether she's strolling down the street in New York City or on the red carpet at the Oscars. Why? Because I adore clothes and I'm that shallow, she told HuffPost. She said, "No, I just love playing with clothes," in a more serious tone. It's a lot of fun. I choose what I want and email the PRs or designers, who then provide it to me. I never see anything again once it is FedExed back. At least she can pretend to be wearing the clothing for a while.

#5 Dita Von Teese

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Talk about impressive: This super-glam diva frequently does her own hair and cosmetics in addition to dressing herself without the assistance of a stylist (which never looks anything short of impeccable). "I think a lot of people probably don't know that I don't have a glam squad and that I am self-styled—all it's me," she said to Into the Gloss. I don't have a stylist, and I select my own outfits, she reaffirmed to The Daily Front Row.
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