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Thursday 30 October 2014

AnnaSophia Robb is fan of curls

AnnaSophia Robb

AnnaSophia Robb will be rocking curly hair and denim for Spring/Summer 13.

The naturally straight-haired actress has her locks permed to portray a young Carrie Bradshaw in The Carrie Diaries.

When it comes to beauty looks, the 19-year-old has her finger on the pulse and knows a wavy mane will be big news for all style queens.

“I love the curly hair,” she gushed to Fashionista.

“Jen [Johnson, hair stylist] does my hair on the show and I was like, ‘Ooh that’s a good look for next season.’”

The pretty blonde also knows which clothes she will be rocking with her Spring/Summer 13 wardrobe.

AnnaSophia prefers low-maintenance style with a girly edge.

“I wear jeans all the time! My favourite piece to wear is a jean jacket - it's always a great staple now that we're getting into spring and summer time,” she explained to Elle.com.

“It's the perfect weight and super cute. You can kind of dress it up, dress it down, and it's good for most weather. Also, you don't have to wash it a lot. I like that [laughs]. I don't like doing laundry!”

The Carrie Diaries is set in the ‘80s, meaning the actress rocks a lot of clothes in the style of the era.

However, the show’s stylist Eric Daman uses very few vintage pieces, turning instead to the high street.

“I think it’s good that Eric has sort of modernised the wardrobe,” AnnaSophia said.

“Girls can see an outfit and go, ‘Oh, I really love what Carrie’s wearing and I can go out to H&M or Topshop or wherever - we’ll just say H&M for now - and get that piece and so it’s more accessible.”

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