London, Jan 30 : ‘Keeping Up With the Kardashians’ star Scott Disick has revealed just what he does on an average day.
Kourtney Kardashian’s other half, who has been referred to in his reality shows as a workshy layabout, has told Haute Living that he can spend as much as six hours ‘working,’ he also revealed it takes him a full 30 minutes just to choose which watch to wear on a given day, the Daily Mail reported.
And while Kourtney''s other half claims he can spend as much as six hours ''working,'' he also revealed it takes him a full 30 minutes just to choose which watch to wear on a given day, the Daily Mail reported.
The 29-year-old told Haute Living that he only gets to this point after waking at a leisurely 10am, before indulging himself with a 30-minute shower.
He said that he manages to spend the same amount of time ‘moisturizing with Creme de la Mer,’ which costs a pricey 275 dollars a tub.
Scott also revealed that he then spends an hour preparing ‘an outfit with a fine luxurious blend of the best fabrics out there on the market today, a bespoke suit from Savile Row or Tom Ford,’ as well as ‘an important shoe to go with the outfit.’
After this, he gets onto his most essential decision, which is choosing which wristwatch to wear.
He said that if the day is professional, he wears a Patek Phillipe, and if his day seems more relaxed, he just wears a Rolex.
He also said that when he has an event to go to, he chooses to wear one of his completely flawless diamond Jacob and Co watches.
And when Scott is finally ready to head out and seize the day, he also takes out time to decide, as to which of his fleet of cars to drive.
The father-of-two said that if its a nice day and the sun is out, he takes his Rolls Royce Drophead Convertible.
But if he is in a sportier mood he will take his 458 Ferrari, and if he is just laid back and wants to enjoy his day he opts for his Bentley Mulsanne. (ANI)
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