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Chloë Grace Moretz: I keep clothes in bins

Published 10/02/2013

Chloë Grace Moretz
Chloë Grace Moretz

Chloë Grace Moretz is running out of space for her clothing and has taken to putting her outfits in "plastic bins".

The young actress is quickly running out of space to store all her clothing. Chloë has to think of creative solutions to hide away her outfits.

“I have a small closet but I need a bunch more. Right now I am storing my clothes in large plastic bins and every crevice I can find. My motto is too much fashion too little time,” Chloe revealed to UK magazine Love.

The 15-year-old actress is known for her love of fashion but has previously admitted her mom thinks she's too young to indulge in designer pieces.

Although she is a regular on the front row of fashion shows, Chloë doesn't look up to the models who show off the clothes.

“I’m conscious of what I eat and try to eat what I want, but if it's too rich then I change my choices for the rest of the day. I don’t really believe in depriving myself, I love food too much,” the actress explained.

The actress eats well and exercises to keep her figure. Chloë is adamant that she does not want to be stick thin. “I think a normal 'real' body is the most beautiful thing in the world. Anyone could be board thin if they want to deprive themselves. I just personally don’t like that look,” the young actress said.

The Dark Shadows actress is usually on trend with her style choices. However, Chloë may have fallen behind on one trend - she is yet to buy a pair of high-waisted trousers. "I’m not on board yet though, but I do like high-waisted trousers,” she said.

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