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Clooney ‘helps Amal choose her outfits’

Published 01/05/2015

George Clooney and Amal Clooney
George Clooney and Amal Clooney

George Clooney is “very involved” in selecting wife Amal’s clothing, it has been claimed.

The 53-year-old actor wed 37-year-old British lawyer Amal back in September last year in Italy.

And since then, George has apparently taken it upon himself to ensure that his bride is impeccably dressed for all occasions

“George is very involved in selecting her looks,” a source close to the couple told UsMagazine.com. “He’ll watch her try on clothes and will say, ‘I like that. You should get it,’ or ‘No, not that.’”

Despite only having been in the spotlight for a matter of months, Amal has made a name for herself as a fashion icon.

Notable outfit choices include the elbow-length gloves she paired her Oscars dress with at the Academy Awards earlier this year.

According to the source, George has gone to extreme lengths to ensure Amal has all the equipment she needs to ensure she never puts a foot wrong in the style stakes.

“He installed a runway, floor-to-ceiling mirrors, and a crazy light system in their closet,” the source added. “Amal can see every single angle and tell if her outfit is see-through!”

As the wife of one of the world’s most famous actors, Amal has designers falling over themselves to dress her.

As such, her wardrobe is fit to burst with stunning ensembles from names including Oscar de la Renta, Dior and Alexander McQueen.

And as any woman would be, Amal is apparently thrilled with her husband’s additions to her dressing room.

“Amal loves it!” the source concluded. “She shops a lot because she needs her lawyer looks and then street clothes.”

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