You know the Hadid’s, you know the Jenner’s, you know the Aldridge’s, but have you met Jess and Stef Dadon? The Australian sisters behind How Two Live have a book published, an awesome shoe line, TWOOBS, and have worked with the likes of ASOS and The Zoe Report. The sisters, who aren’t afraid of a little colour, are a big deal and well on their way to becoming another iconic sister duo. How to Live was launched in 2012, and since then, the two have been unstoppable as creative directors, designers, social media consultants and entrepreneurs. Naturally, we had to catch up with Jess and Stef to see what inspires not only their style, but also their incredible work drive.
How do you start your day off?
For Jess, it’s usually a yoga class, whereas for Stef, the day has got to start with food.
What’s going on in the background when you are getting ready?
Justin Bieber singing…loudly.
You never leave home without…
A really big pair of sunglasses.
What are your closet essentials?
Anything that makes you feel good. Lots of colour and heaps of comfy shoes (our closets are filled with TWOOBS!)
What is your biggest fashion regret?
We never regret a fashion choice!
You always splurge on, and you always save on…
We tend to splurge on jewelry. We like to buy pieces that we can keep for years and years. We usually save on make-up, as we don’t wear a heap of it.
What is one piece of clothing you wish you could steal from your 16 year old self?
We actually still have a couple of incredible pieces from our teenage years! One that stands out is a gorgeous gold and black DVF dress…we still wear it all the time.
What inspires your style most?
We like to pull inspo from anywhere and everywhere – our grandmother, vintage clothing markets, art, costumes, couture, window shopping, street style.
Your #1 style tip is…
“Pulling it off” is all a state of mind. Believe you look incredible and you will!
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