Kate Moss Dresses Like A Rock Chick For Hubby Hince

Kate Moss Dresses Like A Rock Chick For Hubby Hince

Kate Moss has been the life of the party for many a year now, and there’s no fear of that becoming a dazed memory just because she’s a wife.

The international supermodel and face of MANGO has revealed that her rocker husband Jamie Hince "would go mental if she dressed like a wife."

And even though the couple live together in north London with Kate’s young daughter Lila, they are far from the normal, functional family. Not that we’re really surprised…

Kate, 38, admitted that Jamie, The Kills guitarist, loves her to dress like "a rock ‘n’ roll kind of girl."

And the model certainly has a good past experience of adapting to rocker boyfriends, having dated loose cannon Libertines star Pete Doherty, where she racked up a rep for her wild partying.

But Kate knows when to stop when it comes to fashion. She realises there are "things she can’t wear" now that she’s getting on a bit, drawing the line at short skirts, flashing too much skin and garms that are too colourful.

However, she reckon she couldn’t pinpoint something that she would say "never" to, she told Grazia magazine during a rare interview.

She also revealed that hubby Hince would keep her on track if she were to ever go "a bit far," claiming, "My husband’s pretty good. He is."

And the model also revealed another style trick to getting ready, saying she tried to 'be a character’ when she chooses an outfit. "I don’t think of it as ‘Ooh, it’s me’," she explains. "I think, ‘Who do I want to be?’."

And her one style tip for summertime Brits is to be aware of exposing too much. Classy tip, Kate.

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