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Friday 28 November 2014

Amanda Seyfried praises Belstaff

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Amanda Seyfried,
CR Fashion Book Issue 2, after party, Pais, France - 05 Mar 2013
Amanda Seyfried

Amanda Seyfried loves wearing pieces by Belstaff because they fit her so well.

The actress sometimes finds it a challenge to follow trends because of her diminutive frame. Amanda has a keen interest in fashion and revealed which luxury labels she turns to for glitzy events.

“I’ve been wearing Belstaff. It fits me well,” she told the latest UK edition of Elle magazine. “I’m pretty short and have to alter everything, so it’s nice when it just works. I’m happy Alexander Wang is the new creative director for Balenciaga too – I love him.”

While Amanda keeps up to date with the latest styles to hit the catwalk, she usually feels best in comfortable clothes. The 30-year-old star tends to reach for her favourite T-shirts rather than cutting edge pieces, but did enjoy dressing up for a certain fashion show.

“Definitely casual,” she replied when asked to describe her style. “I usually wear a T-shirt and jeans. I was invited to the Prada show last year – only my second ever show – so I wore a new Prada coat and heels and felt like I was dressing up for the day.”

Although Amanda usually impresses on the red carpet, the blonde insists she has had her fair share of fashion disasters. She has recalled slipping up with her choice of underwear while promoting one of her most famous movies.

“When I was 18 I bought an amazing black Moschino dress for the Mean Girls premiere. I was such an idiot because I wore it with a white bra,” Amanda smiled. “Look it up if you want a laugh.”

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