Nicole Richie loves camel coloured everything "except for toes".
The reality TV star-turned-stylist is the star of a new web series for AOL where she shares her expert dressing tips.
For the latest post in the Candidly Nicole series, the fashionista was joined by special guest drag queen performer RuPaul.
The flamboyant cross-dresser is seen teaching Nicole how to embrace her inner drag queen.
"I don't want to regret not taking advantage of my drag years," Nicole explained. "I just only started wearing grey like a year ago, I mean I love camel everything, except the toes. Where and when can I rock a camel toe? I want to know! Feeding the parking metre?"
RuPaul used Nicole's Metropolitan Museum of Art's Costume Institute Gala outfit as an example of her first class attempt at drag styling.
At the event Nicole decided to shake things up by going for an eerie, white hairstyle.
The style queen looked ethereal on the red carpet with her bouffant hair and a long, white bejewelled gown.
"Your Met Gala outfit was gorgeous, it was long and elongated there was no one in the world who didn't see you in that," RuPaul praised. "One day you'll look back and wish you'd worn more drag."
Nicole is taught that the drag mentality is to take what you own and turn the volume up. To illustrate this in fashion Nicole tries on a variety of over-the-top feathered showgirl outfits, floor-length high necked shimmery pink gowns and tasselled mini-dresses. RuPaul also educates her in some drag terms, such as: "No T no shade, which means 'look girl I'm not trying to comfort you I'm trying to help you'."
"I need to stop thinking like a short girl and start thinking like a drag queen. This is a little Vegas. I wouldn't go this sparkly in my real life," Nicole tells the camera before summarising her experience.
"Today I learned I need to be a bit more of a drag queen. I think my children are going to enjoy that look on me the most. I also learned the drag phrase 'no T no shade' and I think I will walk away with that pink dress. "© Cover Media