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Julie trades in her trademark tracksuit for a fashion-forward look from Gap and Kohl's. White jeans and a blue Anorak sweater show off her petite frame.

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"She can wear anything, but she was hiding under bulky, dark sweatsuits," Lloyd says. "The Anorak is a great way to add more curves. We cinch in the waist, and now she has more of an hourglass."

To add a splash of color, Julie carries a yellow, gauzy Gap scarf that costs just $19.50.

"They're an inexpensive way to wake up [an outfit]," Lloyd says. "French women have been doing it for years. Now, it's time for my American gals to catch up."

A telltale sign of a shlumpadinka, Oprah says, is wearing regular clothes with workout shoes. A good alternative is a ballet flat, Lloyd says. "Ballet flats can fit in your glove compartment. So, why not keep a pair around [so] that you can instantly change?"
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Published on March 14, 2008

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