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Jamie Chung talks style inspiration

Published 16/04/2015

Jamie Chung
Jamie Chung

Jamie Chung has opened up about her style inspiration, and says she’s hoping for a more mature look when she chooses her wedding dress.

The 32-year-old Big Hero 6 actress is known for rarely putting a foot wrong when it comes to her outfit choices, and even has a fashion blog followed by fans worldwide.

But Jamie admits she had something of a style reinvention when she hit the big 30.

Explaining that her look has matured over the past few years, Jamie added to the New York Post: “In your 30s you are very aware of who you are and what you’re confident in.”

Jamie is as comfortable in jeans and a leather jacket as a frilly and feminine dress. And the stunning star says that when it comes to actually describing her style, she prefers to mix things up with different looks.

“Sometimes I’m girly; sometimes I like to be a little edgy,” she said.

However, undoubtedly the most important fashion choice Jamie will make in her life will be what dress she wears when she marries fiancé Bryan Greenberg later this year.

But Jamie admits she has been struggling to narrow down the search for the perfect gown.

Her interview with the publication came after a trying on session at renowned dress designer Monique Lhuillier’s boutique.

Asked if she had found one she really liked, Jamie replied: “No idea. I was super overwhelmed today — super overwhelmed.”

The Once Upon a Time star did say, however, that she is hoping to achieve a mature look for her big day.

“I want more of a mature look versus a flirty one,” Jamie said. “For this next stage, I think I want to look a bit more elegant and composed.”

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