Sarah Paulson Wore Juicy Couture Sweats Because They Made Her Butt Look Good

Sarah Paulson
Doug English
If there's one thing we like to talk about - that's our name - it's style. And if there's one more thing, it's butts. Butt-enhancing fashion has become a strong point here lately, but we're digressing. If you've heard our weekly podcast (there's still time to catch up on Apple, PlayerFM, Spotify, Stitcher, Amazon Music, or wherever you can find your favorite podcasts), you know the conversation inevitably turns to you, if not these themes even lead to both of them every time at Ladies First with Laura Brown. For the very last episode of our first season, we have put together the best answers from our top-class, talented and very stylish guests on the subject of fashion. From her first luxury item to the terry cloth tracksuits that flattered her bum the best (look at you Sarah Paulson), this episode reveals all of your favorite celebrities' fashion secrets.
Legendary supermodel Christy Turlington tells InStyle editor-in-chief Laura Brown that the first major item she flaunted was a Bulgari watch. "It made absolutely no sense, but there were always things that I had to wear to shoots." She says that 25 years later she still has the same watch.
Emmy Award-winning actress and fashion lover Sarah Paulson says her first big purchase was a Balenciaga bag made of ox blood, which she would of course pair with her Juicy Couture terry cloth sweatshirts. "I can't even believe I'd wear them," she told Brown during her podcast episode. “But they looked good on my bum. So I was ready to do pretty much anything for my butt. "
Next up, model, actress, mom, and now writer Emily Ratajkowski says her first big purchase was a $ 800 Herve Leger dress. "I remember saying, 'I can't believe I'm buying this," she recalled Brown. "It wasn't even that crazy compared to what other things cost, but it blew me away. "
From pink sweatpants to gold lamé: fashion plurges from some of our first ladies: Episode 50: December 7th, 2021
This podcast may contain curses that would not be appropriate for listeners under 14. Discretion is recommended.
Tommy Dorfman's first splurge was a Versace button-down. "It was a man's shirt," she announced. "And it had the Versace logo, really thin pinstripes, and I bought it plus size and wore it over my tight Ksubi jeans."
And Reese Witherspoon? She couldn't get enough of Betsey Johnson in the 90s. “I went to Betsey Johnson and spent hours looking at their fabrics and colors. I was obsessed with Betsy Johnson. "
Judith Light remembered buying gold lamé for years ... until her manager told her enough was enough. "My manager said to me, 'No more gold lamé. We no longer do gold lame'," she said. "I don't know. I'm like a magpie. It was a twinkle, but I had to be trained and I had to listen."
To hear the rest of our guests' first splurges, favorite purchases, and style tips, check out the full episode and season finale of Ladies First starring Laura Brown.
Listen to the full episode and subscribe to it on Apple, PlayerFM, Spotify, Stitcher, Amazon Music, or wherever you can find your favorite podcasts. And tune in to Ladies First weekly with Laura Brown, hosted by InStyle Editor-in-Chief Laura Brown, who speaks to guests like Michelle Pfeiffer, Emily Ratajkowski, Cynthia Erivo, Naomi Watts, La La Anthony, Ellen Pompeo, Rep. Katie Porter and more discuss current events, politics, fashion and especially the big premieres in their lives.
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