Los Angeles Times
Amy Schumer wants 'every woman' to feel good about getting dressed
What a difference a stylist makes -- and now Amy Schumer wants to share that experience with everyone she can.
The "Trainwreck" star got emotional in a "Today" interview that aired Friday as she described what a difference it made in her and her sister's lives when Leesa Evans, the costume designer and stylist on that movie, taught them how to dress for confidence.
"I was dressing really poorly, and I don't even mean financially," Schumer explained. "I would just be super comfortable and wear something out -- just kind of wanting to hide? That was me sending a message to myself that your value lays other places, so you don't have to worry about that, and if people look at you and judge you for not dressing well, then that's on them."