Belfast Telegraph

Thursday 2 October 2014

Dianna Agron: I'm a tomboy

Dianna Argon

Dianna Agron tries to find the balance between masculine and feminine when it comes to her personal style.

The actress rose to international fame playing cheerleader Quinn Fabray in hit series Glee, where she indulged her girly-girl side.

In real life her style is far from that of her on-screen persona and she opts for much more of a masculine stance.

"I love the rain; it gives me a chance to wear jeans and a sweater. My style is total tomboy," she revealed to Britain's InStyle magazine.

"I do love skirts and dresses when I want to feel feminine or if I'm dressing for the carpet. But I like finding a balance between feminine and masculine. My style in real life has just become much more casual."

Posing for a series of photos for the magazine, Dianna shed her cheerleader image even further by wearing a white tailored Emporio Armani suit and a Louis Vuitton leather biker jacket.

"I loved all the clothes on this shoot. My favourite would have to be the Dior [Orange silk top with a structured white silk skirt]. It's so different - girlie with an edge," she gushed.

Dianna's career has now moved into big-budget movies, and she recently starred alongside Hollywood greats Robert De Niro and Michelle Pfeiffer in The Family.

The 27-year-old actress has had some great experiences thanks to her A-list status and recently travelled to Venice in Italy to visit Louis Vuitton's factory.

"Fashion is art. Such incredible workmanship goes into every piece. At the Louis Vuitton factory I saw workers making shoes from scratch, and I even got to hammer a locket onto a heel myself! I used to see clothes and shoes as just, well, clothes and shoes. Not anymore," she gushed to the US edition of Glamour magazine.

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