Style isnít about money. One of the nicest outfits on a man is a pair of jeans, some old, messed-up boots, a simple white tee, and a vintage leather belt. You donít have to spend a lot. Itís about mixing and matching and getting things that fit properly.

Men who wear skinny jeans wonít be wearing my jeans. I donít think jeans should be tight around their bollocks. I donít want to see that part of a guyís anatomy all squashed in.

What to wear on a first date is a tricky one. You donít want to be too dressed up or not dressed up enough. It totally depends where youíre going. Wear something youíre comfortable in, because youíre going to be slightly nervous.

I donít mind a vintage T-shirt with a logo on it thatís tongue-in-cheek. But if a man were to just have a huge logo on his chest, no. I think thatís very unattractive.

Itís romantic when a guy makes an effort. For our anniversary recently, David had all these beautiful flowers placed in our garden and he had someone come in and cook and he had nice music playing. We put the kids to bed and then we spent the night together, just talking in front of the fire.

Boys donít have nearly as much fun with fashion as girls do.

I think a man always has to look clean, to start. And obviously he has to smell nice. Grooming is really important.

You have to be very careful when you start dyeing your hair. I canít bear it when men start to lose their hair color and they give it a rinse—blue, black, purple.

I really donít like it when guys wear tight tops—like those cycling-looking, Lance Armstrong-inspired ones—trying to show off muscles and the fact that theyíve been at the gym a lot.

Itís cool for a woman to look like she cares, but I donít think itís as cool for a man to look like heís spent hours in front of the mirror. A man that doesnít try too hard to look good is sexy.