Kylie Minogue won't go anywhere without her vintage belt, which she has owned for over 20 years, because it goes with every outfit.
The 48-year-old singer has admitted the accessory she bought at a Salvation Army store 20 years ago is her most "treasure style possession", and she "always" packs the tan leather item in her suitcase when she goes travelling because it works well with "everything" she wears.
Speaking on ITV's 'This Morning' on Tuesday about her essential wardrobe item, the golden-haired beauty said: " The first thing that comes to mind as my treasured style possession is a belt, which I bought from a Salvation Army store on a road trip across America about 20 years ago. So, I have no idea how old it was before I bought it. But it's one thing I always travel with because it always works with just about everything."
And the 'I Should be So Lucky' hitmaker has admitted her style is a mix between "full stage glamour" and "fifty shades of comfortable".
She explained: "I exist between full stage glamour and then I am the complete opposite. Often when I get home all of that comes off, and it's fifty shades of comfortable is where I get to, but I need both. And that suits my personality."
And the star has openly confessed to committing a number of fashion faux pas over the years, although she claims the fashion industry dictates that people shouldn't repeat their outfits, she has admitted she plans to "break that rule" and wear the same clothes over again.
She said: "I wish I could tell you just one [fashion blunder], but there's been plenty. We all have them, but when you grow up in the public eye and a lot of those moments are documented. Do you know what? Of course I am a bit embarrassed about them, but that is just part of the journey of discovering who you are and what works for you and your style.
"But I think I have been in the business for long enough I remember when you did wear outfits more than once, and fashion, and the pace of everything has moved so fast, that god forbid you're seen in the same thing more than once. But, I've decided to break that rule now, if it works just wear it."