Olivia Culpo doesn’t regret red carpet fashion fails

Olivia Culpo isn’t ashamed of the risky outfits she used to wear to Hollywood events.The actress and model is fast becoming known for her ability to pull off just about any fashion trend, from glamorous gowns to thigh-high boots. While Olivia rarely p…

Olivia Culpo isn’t ashamed of the risky outfits she used to wear to Hollywood events.

The actress and model is fast becoming known for her ability to pull off just about any fashion trend, from glamorous gowns to thigh-high boots.

While Olivia rarely puts a foot wrong when she steps out on the red carpet now, she has admitted that some of her past looks weren’t so successful – though she has no regrets whatsoever.

“Sometimes I look at old photos and I think, ‘Wow! I can’t believe I pulled that off!’ or that I decided to make a certain decision, but I never regret it,” she told Us Weekly. “I actually love being able to see that I switch things up and I’m not really afraid to take risks. I feel like fashion and beauty should just be about having fun and your hair grows back and there will always be another red carpet.”

The 25-year-old, who was crowned Miss USA before going on to win Miss Universe in 2012, went on to share some of her favourite ’90s style statements, starting with a shoe brand that still holds a special place in her heart.

“I’ve always been a fan of Nine West,” she explained. “I remember the first pair I ever wore was to my prom, so you know, we go way back. My prom shoes were so over the top: they were strappy, completely bedazzled with gold hardware and around five inches high.”

Olivia also mentioned her former love for chokers, though she’s currently “taking a break” from this particular accessory. However, the American Satan star shared that she’s still fond of the once-popular Juicy Couture tracksuit and would love for the brand to make a major comeback.

“I was a fan of them back in the day and my mom didn’t quite understand why ‘Juicy’ was written on my butt,” the brunette beauty laughed. “But eventually she caught on that it was a brand.”

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