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Amanda Seyfried can’t be parted from comfy clothes

Published 10/04/2016

Amanda Seyfried
Amanda Seyfried

Amanda Seyfried can’t live without her favourite knitted jumpers and clutch bags.

Actress Amanda Seyfried won’t travel anywhere without her favourite knitted jumpers.

The Hollywood star has gained fans all over the world thanks to her laidback but timeless sense of style. Amanda feels happiest in comfy clothes including her tried and trusted jeans, sneakers and sweatshirts and can’t be parted from her wardrobe essentials.

“I have three Superdry knitted jumpers that are the most comfortable things in my wardrobe,” Amanda said in an interview with Britain’s Glamour magazine. “I take them on every trip.”

The blonde star’s stunning looks and career success have seen her secure an endorsement deal with Givenchy, which has been ongoing since 2013 when she replaced Liv Tyler as the face of the label. She is the ambassador for the brand’s sexy scent Givenchy Live Irresistible and is such a fan of the fragrance that she wears it as often as possible.

“Live Irresistible from Givenchy is a floral, fruity scent,” Amanda explained. “I like to spritz my wrist then dab my wrist on my neck to keep it light.”

Givenchy’s perfumes aren’t the only thing the 30-year-old can’t resist. Amanda always trusts the luxury French brand when it comes to the perfect accessories too. Proving she is a sucker for stripes, the model-turned-actress has revealed her favourite purses for any occasion.

“The new Givenchy clutches are my go-to bag, day or night,” she shared. “I like the floral design and the stripy one, too.”

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