Teresa Giudice’s daughter Milania has rocked all kinds of trendy looks, from a crop top and ripped denim to a glamorous satin gown. The Real Housewives of New Jersey cast member recently opened up about her 16-year-old daughter’s sense of style, including where she gets her fashion inspo from.
During NBCUniversal’s upfronts on May 16, Teresa spilled more details on Milania’s style and how it differs from her own when she was a teen. “I love the way she dresses. In our town, when they go to school they dress very comfortably. They don’t get dressed up going to school,” she told BravoTV. “I remember when I went to school, I used to get dressed up. Like, I actually used to wear pumps to school, but they don’t do that. They dress really comfortable like with sweats and leggings.”
Teresa went on to share one way in which Milania takes after her, stating, “I have to say, she does do her hair and wears it really naturally curly, which I love. That’s how I used to wear my hair, so I feel like she looks the most like me.”
As for where Milania gets her fashion inspo, Teresa says, “I think she just grabs her inspirations from Instagram, from online. Like, the internet and all the online websites…Shein, that’s like a big thing, and then they go to the mall…Pac Sun. She likes what she likes.”
Though Teresa says her daughters are generally “not very into labels,” Milania often makes a fashion statement by mixing casual pieces with high-end accessories. “Some things like sneakers, I know she’s into her Air Jordans, the Nikes and all that, so like accessory pieces. She likes to spend money on accessory pieces,” Teresa explained.
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—Additional reporting by Alexandra Darwick
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