Stacy Keibler's Holiday Must-Have? A 'Really Great' LBD

12/02/2011 at 10:30 AM ET

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From flowing floor-length gowns to shimmery frocks with plunging necklines, Stacy Keibler‘s red carpet looks have been talked about almost as much as her new relationship. So what are her fashion rules when it comes to supporting boyfriend George Clooney at star-studded events?

“There are certain dresses that are more appropriate to wear,” she tells PEOPLE. “It’s so fun to wear a long dress to a premiere because there aren’t that many chances [to do that]. I really love to do that.”

But just because she’s a supportive girlfriend doesn’t mean she doesn’t also enjoy dressing up for herself. “When I’m by myself, I can do whatever I want,” Keibler explains. “I can play with my style a little bit more and be a little bit more funky.”

However, her holiday must-have is not so funky; it’s “a really great black dress,” she says. “You can change your lip, add a blazer or a fancy sequin jacket, change your shoe or change your bag. You can use it a couple times.”

Two products she’s keeping tucked inside her bag this holiday season — aside from staples like lip gloss and a compact — include John Frieda Full Repair Touch-Up Flyaway Tamer and Luxurious Volume refresher. “The [refresher] is great for people [who are] at work all day and need a little volume at night, and the [Flyaway Tamer] is so easy to use,” she explains. “It’s like a mascara brush, and not only are you getting rid of your flyaways, but you can add some shine.”

Each product is now available as a gift set with a limited-edition Lauren Merkin clutch. “You could wear them and dress up jeans, and wear them with a dress as well,” Keibler says of the bags, which she plans to carry this season.

And while she does enjoy toting her easy-to-organize “mini purses” to premieres, it’s her large everyday bag that holds everything she needs. “My big purse?” she says. “Yeah, it’s always a whole treasure hunt.”

–Melody Chiu

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Delores-ann on

Stacy, the outfit you wore for the opening of the Descendants where you met your bf parents was far from appropriate. You dress like an escort

Peg on

I agree, Delores-Ann. I’m disappointed that People Mag would solicit style tips from this one.

boohoobytch on

…and who really cares about George’s beard?

observer on

From what I’ve seen her wear, she doesn’t have good taste in clothes or know how to dress appropriately.

Annie on

She has made a little progress since her “Barbie goes to a funeral flapper fringe” Armani dress and black-rooted, squirrel nest hairdo train wreck of a debut at TIFF, but I don’t think all GC’s money can buy this wrestler any style or class. Certainly not someone I would ask for style advice unless I was attending a function at the Playboy Mansion.

Louisa on

The reason her style has been talked about so much is because she doesn’t have any. She has been ripped to shreds in the media for her lack of style. She does not know what is appropriate for different occasions. Why would anyone want to ask fashion advice from her. People only want to talk to her about George,no one really cares about her.

Penny on

You people are nuts. Stacy is a knockout, she’s got a killer body, gorgeous legs, and fantastic taste in clothes. Anyone who says differently is envious of this dynamic woman.

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