Zooey Deschanel: 'Style Isn't When You Buy Yourself the Most Expensive Things'
The 'New Girl' star dishes on her signature style and scoring bargains
The New Girl star talks candidly about moving past the adjectives so many people apply to her and her style (think “cute” and “quirky”).
“People try to turn you into a caricature of yourself,” she says. “I change, just like anyone.” (Need proof? InStyle rounded up her most dramatic looks since she got her start in Hollywood).
But one thing that hasn’t changed over the years is her ability to put together high-low looks like a true professional.
“Style isn’t when you buy yourself the most expensive things,” Deschanel says, noting that she’s been shopping in thrift stores since she was a teen. “I didn’t have a lot of money so I got things for, like, $2, $3 and made myself look as good as I could. Limitations make you more creative.”
Tell us: Do you love Deschanel’s style? Are you a thrift-store shopper too?