Martha Stewart revealed her fashion dos and don'ts as she shared her honest thoughts about trendy pieces.
In her recent interview with People, the lifestyle guru spoke about her signature style as she discussed her new collaboration with Easy Spirit.
Previously named by Forbes' as "100 Greatest Living Business Minds" in 2017, there's no stopping the 79-year-old business mogul from expanding her market with a line of comfortable footwear.
Dubbed as the Martha Stewart x Easy Spirit collection, the renowned cookbook author released a wide array of spring-ready shoe lines.
Moreover, the Emmy award winner described the collection as a "simple, practical and elegant" footwear that is suited to almost every woman.
"We wanted to provide the woman on the go with comfortable shoes that are fashionable, yet functional," she mentioned, adding, "Our collection includes stylish shoes for people who understand that comfort is so important, and each of our shoes offers support and effortless ease where you need it the most."
Martha Stewart's shoe line ranges from $59 to $95 and is now available at Easyspirit.com, as well as several major retailers, such as Zappos, Macy's, Nordstrom.com, and QVC.com.
Aside from this, the "Martha & Snoop's Potluck Dinner Party" host also raved about the Easy Spirit boots collection.
She mentioned that it is the "perfect boots to wear around the farm."
"The Martha Stewart Show" host often sports a polished and elegant look.
A true fashion chameleon, the award-winning tv personality can go full-on red carpet glam to street style casual in an instant.
As for her signature style, the New Jersey Hall of Famer revealed her rules when it comes to fashion.
During the interview, Martha Stewart spoke about how she loves wearing tight pants.
"Tight pants have always made me feel confident," she mentioned.
Usually, the 79-year-old host paired her tight pants with an oversized top to balance things out.
She then loves to add a scarf or layering piece during the cold months.
For her fashion no-no, the Marquee Brands LLC founder previously shared to Harper's Bazaar her biggest fashion mistake.
During the 1960s and 1970s, a 20-something Martha Stewart was a stockbroker on Wall Street.
Instead of walking the streets of New York wearing power suits or sleek skirts and blazers, she confessed about wearing hot pants, "where you see plenty of legs and a little bit of your butt," as she explained.
Moreover, she also added that she used to pair it with an alligator belt and sweater.
"And I looked great in them. We would sit with our feet up on our desks, and I had high-heeled shoes on or boots. And that's what we wore to work," Stewart furthered.
After spending years on Wall Street, she then diverted having a "life of the homemaker" which she finds "more interesting" as compared to the hustle and bustle of the trading life.
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