Jamie would go mental if I dressed like a wife, says Kate Moss

   Jun 14, 5:38 pm

Melbourne, June 14 (ANI): Kate Moss has revealed that marrying the Kills rocker Jamie Hince last year had not changed her wardrobe, but the guitarist did tell her when she had gone too far.

The British model confessed that her husband 'likes me when I'm a rock 'n' roll kind of girl'.

"He would go mental if I started dressing like a wife! No! He likes me when I'm a rock'n'roll kind of girl," the Age quoted her as telling the British edition of Grazia.

Moss, who is one of the most trend-setting stars around, sees people copying her look as a big compliment.

"People try and tempt me to do that. They're like, 'Everyone will be copying it and it will be hilarious. Do it!' But I'm not tempted," she said.

"Are they gonna put it in all the magazines? Ha! But no. I haven't done it on purpose anyway," she said.

But she said that she had been forced to compromise on her fashion choices ever since she got a pet dog.

"It's a nightmare... I'm having to rethink everything. You can't walk a dog in a heel. You look ridiculous"... Course (I've tried)," she added. (ANI)

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