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Amanda Seyfried has her winter wardrobe sussed

Published 07/08/2015

Amanda Seyfried
Amanda Seyfried

Amanda Seyfried has her fingers crossed for colder weather so she can get her autumn wardrobe out.

The actress has been spotted out in her native New York a lot recently, enjoying the good weather in T-shirts and sunglasses as she walks her pup Finn.

Amanda is done basking in the summer sun though and wants the season to change already.

"It may be summer but I’ve just bought a coat from Chloé. (In fashion you’ve got to get it while it’s hot.) It’s pink and beige, a little oversized and goes beautifully with my hair. I just happened to pass the store when I was last in Paris. I see myself wearing it everywhere: London, New York, even around the house. I can’t wait for the autumn," Amanda smiled to ES Magazine.

While she waits for the leaves to turn red, Amanda is busy with work. She currently has five projects in production, including next year's Young Americans with Daniel Radcliffe.

Being on set so much means finding time to work out can be hard, but the 29-year-old hits the gym whenever she can.

"When I’m not working too hard I try to see a trainer twice a week. I do weight training, a bit of boxing and running at the gym. I aim for that ‘strong not skinny’ look," she revealed.

Being an actress means Amanda gets to be creative all the time, taking on different personas with each new role. It's not just on camera that she gets creative though; she also has a passion for painting.

"In every house I own there’s a spot for me to paint. I have a room in Los Angeles that looks straight out on to the trees and that’s just perfect. I always paint abstract watercolours, and I only give them to the people I feel closest to," she admitted.

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