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Jennifer Morrison adds colour to wardrobe

Published 31/10/2012

Jennifer Morrison
Jennifer Morrison

Jennifer Morrison is trying to "incorporate colour" into her wardrobe.

The House star is known for her gorgeous style on the red carpet and always looks effortlessly elegant.

The 33-year-old knows the importance of stepping out of her comfort zone when it comes to trends, and is trying to embrace a more colourful look.

"I'm trying to incorporate colour into my life. Until recently, everything in my closet was black, white, grey, navy or olive," she told Lucky magazine.

Jennifer demonstrated her preference for darker colours at the LACMA Art + Film Gala at the weekend, where she looked glamorous in a black Reem Acra jumpsuit.

The star's off-duty look is a little more casual and consists largely of her favourite pattern; stripes.

"I have a closet full of blazers and more striped shirts than any human could possibly wear," she laughed.

"Somehow I think that I don't have striped shirts, and then I look at my closet and go, 'Oh, I have ten.' But then you always end up with your favourite striped shirt of the moment, and you don't end up wearing any of the other ones."

The actress wears an array of designers on the red carpet and always looks stunning for the cameras.

However, she has a personal favourite when it comes to luxury labels.

"I'm on an Isabel Marant kick. She does an amazing job of making things that are everyday-wearable but also special and a little bit different," she gushed.

I definitely like that she has a '70s western vibe. There's something that's very fun and vintage in what she's doing."

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