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The Marie Antoinette director is all for simplifying her wardrobe, so she can get on with work, previously stating that having “a kind of uniform helps”.
“There are a few things I wear all the time – Acne jeans, the staples that you just know you like and don’t have to think about too much. And then it’s fun to dress up for special occasions,” she told The Telegraph.
Colour-wise, Coppola relies on classic navy blue.
“My friend who designs shoes at Louis Vuitton, he’s always laughing at me. ‘Do you want it in navy blue, Sofia?’ and I’m like, ‘Um, yes, I do’. My memoir will be called: Does This Come in Navy?” she said.
The founder of Huffington Post and Thrive, Arianna Huffington is one founder who swears by uniform dressing, and has even gone so far as to advocate women to repeat outfits more frequently to save on time and energy. She’s so big on it, in fact, that she even writes #repeat whenever she shares a new image of a previously worn outfit on Instagram.
“I think women should deliberately repeat things they love,” Huffington said at the 2017 Fortune’s Most Powerful Women Summit.
“Men have a competitive advantage. They don’t have to waste the kind of energy we waste. Feeling that we have to wear something new every time we have a speech, every time we do something important…so, I deliberately use my Instagram to show myself, for example, at the Time 100 dinner, next to [a photo of] my at the White House Correspondents Dinner, wearing the same long gown.”