Yara Shahidi always surprises us when it comes to her style. No matter whether she plays in a breathtaking ensemble on the red carpet or wears a cool and casual fit for the gram, the 20-year-old star knows how to rock an outfit. But if you asked the actress about her wide range of topics and what inspired her, she would ascribe to a special person who helped her in the dressing room: her mother Keri. We even got an insight into the process of choosing new looks at Netflix Hollywood style. In the sixth episode, the mother-daughter duo worked with stylist Jason Bolden to find an outfit worthy of the SAG Awards 2019. They did just that and ended up on a gorgeous rose gold tulle catsuit decorated with pearls, sequins and embroidery.
Yara spoke to POPSUGAR about her love of fashion and how her versatile sense of style results from her mother's belief in unlimited self-expression. "It made me feel that there are no limits," she said. "I spent most of my childhood and adulthood shopping in the boys department because I liked it. I lived in vests, shirt blouses and high-tops. Then there was a period when I refused to wear pants and pants to wear." would only wear skirts and high tops. And then I would sometimes decide that I only wear Oxford shoes and knee high socks with a skirt. "
Yara and Keri, who recently joined Samsung's Put Mom in the Picture campaign, helped each other develop their taste in fashion – a journey of the world Grown Stern is particularly grateful for. "I love being able to move through every fashion area with her," continued Yara. "There have never been any limits based on gender or the way you should theoretically dress. So when you move into the room of carpet styling, that feeling of freedom has proven itself. There is nothing you can do supposed to do."
This mutual trust between Yara and Keri goes beyond aesthetics when putting together a look. Yara also consults with her mother when she carefully examines the construction of a garment. "She knows me better than I do, so it helps that we go to these events together and even go through things that we know are inevitable," said Yara. "How & # 39; will your feet hurt in those heels? Can you sit in them? & # 39; All these practical things that you may forget if you are drawn into an outfit and then you will be uncomfortable with it Event. "Well, what they say is true: Mom knows best.