15 Photos of Celebs From Days When They Couldn’t Hire a Stylist
Hollywood is not kind to outsiders. Especially if you’re unfortunate looking. If you’re a star kid or have grown up around celebrities and supermodels, you get a perspective on how things work as you grow up watching the very best. But if someone is not from the industry, he or she might not have had the most terrific start.
For starters, they wouldn’t have had a stylist to help them out. Have you seen Beyonce’s makeup in the ’90s or any of the Kardashians before they got their glam squads? If not, you need to read this.
Aside from her messed up nose, Jennifer Aniston also had a pretty bad dressing sense in the early ’90s. Her style was all about awkward baggy jeans and unflattering colours. It was clear that she had no personal stylist before she started in Friends. It was only after she was cast in Friends, did she start paying attention to her personal style.
Paris Hilton really has no excuse to look bad. The daughter of one of the biggest hoteliers, Paris has had the best of everything. She was a fixture in every fashion week as a teenager and hung out with the rich and famous. But her personal style in the ’90s was very trashy and over the top. In fact, it looked like she went out of her way to look desperate. Luckily, her fashion game is a lot more subtle now, thanks to her stylists obviously.
Rihanna was a case for the fashion police fifteen years ago. When she first rose to stardom, Rihanna’s fashion was almost pedestrian. She had no starry airs and clearly had nobody to tell her to dress better. She almost always wore extremely blingy numbers and over-accessorized. And her make up, which she is now a guru at, was quite terrible back then.
Kaley Cuoco never really tried to go beyond the pretty blonde girl look. But quite often she’d pick something outrageous to wear. Like a bandana at a red carpet or a t-shirt at a social event. Plus her makeup game has never been on point as she always overdid it.
Jessica Alba might be a Hollywood bombshell now, but in the ’90s she was just a girl next door with a very questionable style sense. She often chose bland pastels that did nothing for skin tone and her makeup was totally dated.