Zooey Deschanel in Lucky March 2014: "Daisy Dukes Are Not For People Over 30"
With her new Tommy Hilfiger-partnered clothing collection "To Tommy, From Zooey" set to hit Macy stores this spring, Zooey Deschanel garnered herself a little added exposure by covering the March 2014 issue of Lucky magazine.
The "New Girl" star adorned herself in designer garbs from Michael Kors for the Sebastian Kim-shot spread while dishing about her unique style and details on her line.
Highlights from Miss Deschanel's interview are as follows. For more, be sure to pay a visit to Lucky!
On her timeless fashion sense:
"The funny thing is, people think I never break out of this one box. I like what I like. It has nothing to do with trends or being a slave to fashion. Sometimes things will be in style and they're classic and look great and sometimes... I think it's important to recognize when fashion has gone to a place that isn't cute."
On her time shopping at Salvation Army:
"I realized that you can actually spend very little money and put something together that looks great and sets you apart. Being able to express myself through fashion made me confident."
On "To Tommy, From Zooey":
"I've always wanted to design my own clothes and it was important that they'd be affordable I didn't want to exclude anyone. The dresses are really fun."
On her least favorite trends:
"Daisy Dukes are not for people over 30. I'm just going to go out on a limb and say that right now."
On her fashion views:
"If you feel unhappy putting on your clothes, that's not the way it should be. Sometimes the fashion world can get overly serious. The whole point is that it should make you feel good about yourself. If it doesn't, walk away."
Photo Credit: Sebastian Kim for Lucky