Los Angeles: Actress Sarah Jessica Parker, who flaunted her fashion quotient in the film franchise "Sex And The City", says she would never give fashion advice because she believes style is a personal choice.
Sarah Jessica Parker. Pic/Santa Banta
"It's not my job to tell any woman what she should or should not do. I just never enter into those conversations. Because what I think is a necessity could be completely, radically contrary to what you describe as a must-have. So I never give advice," said Parker, reports femalefirst.co.uk.
"There are a million different women and they're all different sizes and shapes and ethnic backgrounds and colours and they have different needs and different desires and different fantasies," she added.
The 50-year-old actress has been working on a shoe collection with Zappos Couture and admitted that she is very "sentimental" about footwear.
"I was lucky enough to, as you know, play somebody who wore a lot of shoes. And in the midst of wearing all those shoes we were making a lot of memories, too. So I'm pretty sentimental about a fair number of shoes, to be honest," she told an online media network PopSugar.
The actress insists she only ever considers her own opinion when buying shoes for herself.
"I think about not what I find sexy or what I think makes me look good; I wear what makes me feel good. And I don't mean that's a practical decision. It's not like a heel feels great all day long. I can't think about somebody else.
If I'm that results oriented, then it's not going to be me and it's not going to be sexy, because I'm going to be wearing somebody else's idea of sexy," Parker said.
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