Julianne Hough: On Style Regrets, Her Surprising Purse Contents -- and How Many Shoes Does She Own?!

11/06/2013 at 09:00 AM ET

Julianne Hough gets our style seal of approval for two reasons: One, she’s always on-point with her street style, landing her a spot on permanent rotation in our “Love Her Outfit” gallery. Two, she’s not afraid to take red carpet risks, which we appreciate; whether you love or hate her look, she’s never boring.

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And as it turns out, that’s just what she’s going for. Her much talked-about Emmys gown, a sheer seafoam Jenny Packham, was high on her list of most-loved dresses, ever. “I felt sexy but I felt classy at the same time,” she says. “Because the color was feminine and sweet and ethereal, I felt like it could ground the exposure part.”

Two bold fashion looks she does regret? Much like many of us who lived through 2005, fake tans and Ugg boots top the list. And Hough doesn’t stop there. The actress, shoe designer and face of Proactiv gets candid about skincare (she’s loving the brand’s newest formula), the surprising things you might find in her purse and the truly insane amount of shoes filling her closet. Watch her video above and tell us: What are your fashion regrets? And what are your current fashion obsessions?

–Alex Apatoff

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