‘Selling Sunset’ star Davina Potratz on her favorite outfits from Season 3

 pagesix.com  09/16/2020 19:05:29   Chelsea Hirsch

“Selling Sunset” star Davina Potratz may be known for her bold attitude, but you won’t catch her making any rash decisions about her onscreen outfits.

“I was a lot more prepared [for Season 3] and I shopped ahead of time, so I had different outfits, ’cause you never know what some of the scenes might be or some of the events that come up,” she explained to Page Six Style in a recent interview.

“You have to have different options ready, and I really am serious about my job. I’m a real estate agent, so I try to dress very professionally, especially when I meet clients. I really want to focus on the work and not me.”

Below, Potratz breaks down seven of her favorite Season 3 looks just for us.

“I love the transparency of this dress; it feels very glamorous and mysterious,” Potratz told us. “The feather jacket was necessary because it was quite cold but I think it adds to the vintage look, along with the teardrop earrings and Hollywood waves.”

“I found this velvet dress last minute the night before the event,” she dished. “The material was black velvet with gold flecks; it was very elegant but still had a touch of something special. I loved that the dress showed off my legs, so I wanted to keep the hair simple and go with a bun, yet still pick up on the sparkle of the dress with the hairpins and gold shoes.”

“I love this dress  it’s like the best version of a mullet,” she said. “I felt fashionable yet classic and very comfortable.”

“This jumpsuit really showed off how tall I am,” she said. “It is very sleek and features a fun cutout that really stands out, especially since the rest is so covered up.”

Potratz loved the look so much, she also wore it for the cast photo.

“This cargo-inspired jumpsuit is super soft, comfortable and affordable,” she said. “It’s really versatile and can be dressed up and down. Fun piece!”

“I got this dress at one of my favorite boutiques that has the most incredible clothes and Burning Man fashion,” she said. “I loved the texture of the latex and it fit so well.”

“The bold and bright orange makes you happy to wear it,” she gushed of this mini. “I felt that it coincidentally went well with Christine’s pink and red dress, and we both stood out at Adnan’s white mansion.”

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