Updated: Mon, 13 May 2013 12:00:00 GMT | By Bang

Jerry Hall and Georgia May Jagger swap clothes

Jerry Hall and Georgia May Jagger love borrowing each other's clothes because they share a love of vintage jewellery and daring dresses.


Jerry Hall and Georgia May Jagger love borrowing each other's clothes because they share a love of vintage jewellery and daring dresses.

Jerry Hall and Georgia May Jagger love borrowing each other's clothes because they share a love of vintage jewellery and daring dresses.

Jerry Hall and Georgia May Jagger like sharing clothes.

The famous mother-and-daughter duo have access to each other's wardrobes and swap style tips on a daily basis because they share the same love of vintage accessories and glamorous dresses.

Jerry told People magazine: ''We love to share sunglasses and jewellery. Georgia May always borrows my dresses.

''The leopard dress I'm wearing today, I haven't seen it in years. It has been in Georgia's closet.''

Georgia added: ''Yeah and the gold Dolce & Gabbana sunglasses you are wearing today are mine, mum! I love her vintage jewellery.''

The former model - who was married to Rolling Stones legend Sir Mick Jagger - has also passed on her best beauty advice to Georgia.

Asked whether her mother had given her any tips, Georgia quipped: ''Always get enough sleep - and wear red lipstick and oversized black sunglasses!''

Meanwhile, Jerry, 56, is trying to take inspiration from her 21-year-old daughter's more daring and youthful style, especially in terms of being more adventurous with colours.

She added: ''[Georgia has taught me to] try to play with colour and take risks. She used to take a lot of risks when she was younger.''

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