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Thursday 18 September 2014

AnnaSophia Robb: I've got into fashion

AnnaSophia Robb

AnnaSophia Robb "cares more about fashion" since she landed the role of a young Carrie Bradshaw.

The actress portrays fashionista Carrie Bradshaw in the TV series, which is based on the Sex and the City character's younger days.

The 19-year-old says hanging around the wardrobe area on set has proved fruitful for spicing up her own style.

"I've started to care a little more about fashion," AnnaSophia admitted to Us Weekly. "I'm starting to wear a lot more tights now. Carrie wears a lot of tights... and I'm starting to wear more patterns. Carrie doesn't really have a specific colour - it's more layering of different patterns and textures and eras together."

AnnaSophia described her personal style as being more like conservative dresser Miranda from the Sex and the City series.

The pretty blonde does mirror Carrie's eclectic fashion tastes when the occasion requires something special.

"It kinda depends on the day - on how much energy I have to put into it," she explained. "On New Year's I wore a big poufy white skirt, which is very Carrie... but most of the time I just like wearing stuff that's comfortable: boots and patterned jeans and big, comfy sweaters."

AnnaSophia recently admitted the role has also had an effect on her hair. She permed her locks to portray the character and loves having wild tresses.

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

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