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5 Minutes With: Brooklyn Decker

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Sep. 15 2017, Published 4:27 p.m. ET

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Brooklyn Decker took a break from celebrating Women's Equality Day at a panel hosted by Keds to chat with OK!

Tell us how your digital wardrobe site, Finery.com, helps you create a more organized closet.

Finery.com shows you everything you actually own, in one online closet — kind of like Clueless! I no longer forget about items, so I’m not buying yet another black sweater. It has allowed me to loop in my old favorites.

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What are you excited to add to your closet this fall?

The J. Crew faux leopard coat — it magically feels like a neutral basic that will go with everything. And I plan on living in Karla Welch’s T-shirts for Hanes. You can’t go wrong with a white tee, no matter the season.

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J.Crew Leopard Coat, $250, jcrew.com; Hanes x Karla The Crew, $30, xkarla.com

You’re expecting baby number two! How has your style evolved through motherhood?

My aesthetic has become much more feminine as a mother — I’m drawn to dresses and florals. Perhaps it’s because they’re low-maintenance, one-piece items.

You live in Austin and film Grace and Frankie in L.A. As an experienced flyer, what are your travel must-haves?

I rely on smart luggage that allows you to charge your phone — I can never find an outlet in an airport. A denim jacket is a must; I always get chilly on flights and it keeps me comfortable, no matter what.

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