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Sunday 29 November 2015

Claire Danes has straightforward style

Published 29/12/2012

Claire Danes
Claire Danes

Claire Danes has described her style as being "pretty straightforward".

The Homeland actress says her priorities have changed since giving birth to son Cyrus Michael.

Claire revealed she likes to keep her outfits simple, opting for a flashy accessory to jazz things up if an event requires it.

"I'd say my style is pretty straightforward," Claire told the British edition of InStyle magazine. "I punch up J Brand jeans with jewellery and scarves."

The actress is the UK ambassador for Sheen timepieces. She revealed how wearing a watch as a fashion accessory is something that comes naturally to her.

"I've always been a fan of Casio watches," she continued. "I've been working with them on a campaign for their Sheen line, which has been fun. I love the silver style."

Despite keeping things casual when it comes to clothing, Claire still has certain stores she likes to shop in. She revealed how her attitude to clothes hunting differs depending on which country she is in and how the shop makes her feel. The trendsetter admits she is equally as good at over spending in a fancy New York City designer boutique, as she is at beating others to the bargains she finds in London's Topshop stores.

"There are lots of wonderful little boutiques in NYC, like Legacy and No.6, Isabel Marant is on my block, which is very dangerous," Claire laughed.

"I spend a lot of time in London, so I love Topshop. I always feel a bit nervous when I go there, as I'm not 14! It's like a sport shopping there - but it's fun."

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