Do you ever think how the ladies of Selling Sunset manage to walk hundreds of square feet in high heels? We share your sentiments. In order to better understand how she does it, we got down with Mary Fitzgerald and inquired.
The show’s “strange” costume requirements are also to blame for the stiletto standard, as is the cast’s fashion-forward mindset.
As she puts it, “Adam DiVello [the programme creator] does not like it when we wear flats,” she explains. Flat shoes are only acceptable if they’re a pair of really stylish boots. For example, the 41-year-old realtor remarked, “Please change them if we’re just trying to put on some extremely comfy shoes.”
Additionally, Fitzgerald advised that the artists pay attention to their outfits. They [producers] ask, ‘Do any of you have a change of clothes?'” if two of us are wearing the same colour while filming together.
The Netflix series’ Fitzgerald claims she is more reserved than her co-stars, despite the fact that fashion has become as valuable as real estate.
As Us laughed, she said, “I don’t think I put forth as much effort as the other women.” Prior to filming again, “I just have a lot of work ahead of me.” I’ll merely have a stockpile, and my mood will dictate my attire each day. I’m not trying to overdo it, but I do want to up the aesthetic a notch.”
However, Romain Bonnet, Fitzgerald’s husband, takes his Selling Sunset look very seriously. “He’s a fashionista,” the star of the reality show said. “
Astonishingly, most of the time the two are in sync in colour. “It happens without our even realising it,” Fitzgerald said, laughing. As soon as he arrives home and we have an occasion, I’ll get ready in the room and we’ll both wear the same colours. It could look like mauve! “You’re trying to fix me up with someone you’ve never met,” I said.
Selling Sunset’s fifth season will be available for streaming on Netflix on April 22nd.