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Julia Roberts is styled by spouse

Published 12/10/2015

Julia Roberts
Julia Roberts

Julia Roberts has revealed her husband Danny Moder picked out the outfit she wore to a charity event over the weekend (10-11Oct15).

(Cover) - EN Star Style - Julia Roberts lets her husband choose her red carpet outfits.

The Hollywood actress admits her spouse Danny Moder sometimes makes the big decisions when it comes to clothes. Julia wowed in the sartorial stakes as she attended the Hammer Museum Gala in the Garden, a charity event held in Los Angeles on Saturday (10Oct15).

"It's Bottega Veneta," Julia told People magazine when asked what she was wearing. "And my husband picked it."

The 47-year-old star turned heads by showing off her famous legs in a thigh-skimming black lace mini dress, with a high collar and bright orange, yellow and teal undergarment. Julia kept the look classy with a black menswear-inspired blazer and heels in the same hue. She wore her hair up and accessorised with orange teardrop earrings and a simple black clutch bag.

Danny was torn between two outfits for Julia, before deciding the sexy black dress from Bottega Veneta’s Autumn/Winter 2015 collection was a “better” choice for his gorgeous wife.

“I think, absolutely, hit it right on the nose,” Danny told the magazine. “Nice colour, nice shape. She wears it well.”

Julia and Danny have been married for 13 years and they have three children together. Despite being wed for over a decade, the shine clearly hasn’t worn off their romance. When asked if there’s anything she’s currently obsessed with, Julia flashed her trademark smile and pointed to Danny.

Tomas Maier, Bottega Veneta’s creative director, was among the gala’s hosts. The label has sponsored the glitzy event for three years and dressed several of the guests including Elizabeth Banks, Selma Blair, Sarah Paulson, Amanda Peet, Mia Maestro and Kiernan Shipka.

“I like a museum’s mission to educate the public and nurture new artists,” Tomas told the publication.

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