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Amal Clooney goes for gold in Ibiza

Published 24/08/2015

Amal Clooney and George Clooney
Amal Clooney and George Clooney

Amal Clooney wowed in gold over the weekend.

The British lawyer shone in a gold minidress as she attended the Spanish launch of Casamigos Tequila, the tequila brand owned by husband George.

George was also in attendance, along with his business partner Rande Gerber and his wife Cindy Crawford.

Since she started dating George, Amal has become a style icon. And this weekend was no different, with the 37-year-old showing off her tanned legs and toned body in the clingy dress. She teamed the outfit with a pair of black court shoes and a gold clutch bag. Her dark hair was worn loose, and she wore golden eye make-up and a burnt red lip to finish.

George appeared laidback, wearing a relaxed outfit made up of a crisp white shirt and classic blue jeans. The silver fox sported an unshaven look, rocking stubble in the Spanish heat.

The group are thought to have been staying at George and Amal's home in Lake Como, Italy, before the event.

Earlier this year a source divulged to UsMagazine.com that George takes a keen interest in Amal's wardrobe choices.

“George is very involved in selecting her looks. He’ll watch her try on clothes and will say, ‘I like that. You should get it,’ or ‘No, not that'," the insider divulged.

“He installed a runway, floor-to-ceiling mirrors, and a crazy light system in their closet. Amal can see every single angle and tell if her outfit is see-through!”

Another insider revealed that Amal is pining for a the cover of Vogue, and loves to splash out on expensive shopping trips.

“One of Amal’s greatest goals is to land the cover of Vogue,” a source told Life & Style.

"[She] thinks nothing of going on $20,000 shopping sprees at high-end department stores and designer boutiques.”

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