Jessica Paster of JustFab Says Real Style Isn’t Merely About Designer Brand Names
Jessica Paster is chief stylist for JustFab and a celebrity stylist in her own right. She’s been dressing the stars for years and knows a thing or two about fashion and style. One of the biggest misconceptions in the fashion industry is you have to spend lavishly to look great. Not true, says Jessica Paster, and she shares tips to prove it.
Emily Blunt, Carla Gugino, John Krasinski, Miranda Kerr, and Hannah Simone have all been clients of Jessica. The JustFab chief stylist has worked behind the scenes at many awards ceremonies from the Golden Globes to the People’s Choice Awards. In her many years of styling she’s learned that fashion is fluid while style is a classic.
JustFab satisfies her craving to offer stylish merchandise at mainstream prices. JustFab produces and sells shoes, handbags and denim in the most contemporary trends, alongside classic looks that never go out of style. JustFab.com is simple; as a VIP member, you can buy anything from your personalized boutique or other collections at any time during the month. There is no fee or service charge. Simply use the “skip the month” feature by the 5th of each month and you will not have to pay anything. If you choose not to skip, you will be charged a credit of $39.95 that is redeemable for anything on the site. Styles range from high heel buckle boots to strappy sandals and wedges of every sort. They can be paired with jeans, dresses and skirts or dress pants.
According to Jessica, fashion is much more than a brand name. It isn’t about who you are wearing; it’s about what you wear and how you wear it. Fashion is the pairing of pieces, both vintage and contemporary, to find a special look. Fashion is bold and subtle. It is influential and soft-spoken. Fashion is interesting.
That being said, JustFab says it doesn’t have to cost a fortune to be fashionable. Paster’s favorite look is a clean, minimalist silhouette. Not only is it easy to pull off, but it is also affordable. Choose simple necklines and clean design cuts with nominal embellishments, says Paster. Use color to replace lots of frills and create a stunning clean silhouette. Bold reds and deep purples and blues draw the eye and focus the attention on the sleek lines instead of the extras, says the JustFab style maven.
Jessica’s tips for JustFab fans include comfort and confidence. Comfortable clothing is a must, especially if all eyes are on you. When someone is uncomfortable in their clothes, it shows. Even the most expensive outfit can look frumpy if it isn’t comfortable.
Confidence is the main factor in making any style work, according to JustFab and Jessica Paster. A person who is confident makes everything they wear look better.