Aviva Drescher's Five Style Rules
"You can never be overdressed," the ‘Wife determines.
Sure, she would much rather stay home with her four kids and hubby Reid, but when The Real Housewives of New York City's Aviva Drescher absolutely must leave the apartment, she follows these five fashion commandments.
"Pick a look that is figure flattering and compliments your hair and makeup," she begins telling TheFashionDish.com her secrets. "Always dress appropriately for the event which you are attending."
Next, the New York City native elaborates more, "Choose colors that flatter your hair color and skin tone. I really prefer all neutral colors. You can never be overdressed. You can never be too elegant, classic, or understated. When in doubt, leave off the jewelry and accessories."
But these aren't the only style rules floating around her swanky casa. "When the children are under five years old, they have to wear what I choose which is traditional clothing. Brooks Brothers for boys and smocked dresses and bows for girls."
And after they blow out five birthday candles? "I allow the children room for self expression with their clothing choices. My two older children like to dress very casually and grungy. They look homeless half the time," she jokes. "Of course, when we have formal occasions, I decide what gets worn!"
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