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Monday 14 July 2014

Jessica Biel 'spending on designer labels'

Jessica Biel

Jessica Biel has reportedly developed an expensive habit for "anything from Chanel, Prada or Valentino".

The actress has apparently morphed from a self-proclaimed sporty girl into a fashionista since she married trendy singer Justin Timberlake.

Sources say Jessica's spending $20,000 per week on designer shoes and bags from New York City department stores like Bergdorf Goodman and Barneys NY.

“She can’t resist anything from Chanel, Prada or Valentino,” a source revealed to US magazine Star. "[Jess's closet was so] overstuffed, she had to rent a storage unit to house her new goodies!"

The 31-year-old Total Recall actress married Justin in October 2012 at a ceremony held in Italy. Justin is known for being a dapper dresser and his recent single Suit & Tie is a reference to his high regard for fashion and style. Justin is reportedly keen for his wife to mirror his interest in clothes. It has been alleged that Jessica has been funding her new designer wardrobe with her husband's credit card as a result.

“Justin can afford it, but he’s still a little taken aback by how voraciously she’s spending,” the insider laughed.

Jessica's recent fashion overhaul has been noticed by her long-time stylist and friend Estee Stanley. In February Estee told People that the star's new red carpet confidence is thanks to a certain accessory she's been sporting on her wedding ring finger.

“I definitely think any woman changes after [she gets] married,” Estee noted. “I feel like she feels more secure and safe on the planet having found her partner.”

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