HOW TO BE A SHAR-P DRESSER; Get Maria's Style on the Cheap

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HOW TO BE A SHAR-P DRESSER; Get Maria's Style on the Cheap


Byline: By Lindsay Clydesdale

SEXY smasher Maria Sharapova has it all. She's the girl every man wants and every woman wants to be, after her wins on court and in the style stakes.

Tall, blonde, beautiful and talented, the 17-year-old has the world at her feet.

It's been suggested that she could earn up to pounds 100million from sponsorship and advertising contracts after her shock defeat of Serena Williams in the final of Wimbledon.

And the 6ft Russian is likely to be spending a fair amount of cash on the designer clothes, shoes and handbags she loves.

She appeared throughout the tournament in a wardrobe of head-turning outfits, including the gold Marc Jacobs mini-dress she wore to the Champions' Dinner. Matching gold shoes, a Theda evening bag and jewellery completed the superstar look.

Here we picked three of Maria's best outfits and show how you can get the same look for much less cash on the high street.

With her clear skin, gorgeous tan and long blonde hair, Maria has a great base to work from.

Celebrity hair and beauty stylist Taylor Ferguson, whose clients at his Glasgow salon have included Penny Lancaster and Lulu, explains how to get the golden girl look.

'Long hair has to be trimmed regularly to keep it looking healthy,' said Taylor. 'You must use conditioner as the hair at the ends might be old and could have been dried and heat-treated hundreds of times.

'Condition every time you wash and use a really intensive conditioner once every fortnight. …

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