Even Barely Famous Stars Erin and Sara Foster Have to Steal From Their Sisters’ Closets

Erin and Sara Foster poke fun at themselves and their “celebutant” status in the tongue-in-cheek VH1 faux reality series Barely Famous. But when it comes to their fashion (and stealing from the other’s closets) the two sisters (and daughters of Grammy-winning composer David Foster) are totally serious, as we found out when they took over the Clinique counter at Nordstrom’s at The Grove in L.A.

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Erin, left, whose style is “tomboy feminine” according to her sister, and Sara, right, whose style is “sporty dumpy” according to herself, both admit that their style on the show is a heightened version of what they wear in real life. “You see me [on the show] in stiletto boots and short dresses. I personally never wear dresses,” Sara says. And Erin advocates for the perks of an on-set makeup artist for body touch-ups: “I’m a little riskier [on the show] — I show my legs a little more. If I had [a body makeup artist] in real life, I’d wear shorts all the time.”

But despite the glammed-up factor, the wardrobe process for the first season was anything but. “We didn’t have a big wardrobe budget, so [our stylist friend] went through our closets and helped us put outfits together, then took stuff from her own closet and then helped us shop a little bit,” says Erin. “She sort of helped curate the process of how to put our outfits together.” Adds Sara: “Hopefully season 2 will be a much different process.”

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