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Kristen Wiig praises Beckham’s designs

Published 02/07/2013

Kristen Wiig
Kristen Wiig

Kristen Wiig is a fan of the dresses designed by Victoria Beckham.

The actress is known for her impeccable and elegant red carpet style.

While she loves a designer dress, Kristen isn't a fan of sky high heels.

"I love Alexander Wang, The Row, Opening Ceremony and Victoria Beckham - her dresses are amazing!” she gushed to UK magazine Look. "I really don't think about my style. As I get older, comfort is more important. I so badly want to be that girl who shops with her girlfriends and wears heels, but I can't do it. After one block I'd have to go and buy some flats..."

The Bridesmaids star likes to experiment with her appearance. Her recent drastic hair makeover, in which she went from having a blonde bob to flowing brown mane, is all part of the fun for her.

"My natural colour is dark brown. I get bored easily so I'm constantly changing it - it's fun. Also, I like my hair to look a bit different in each film I do," she explained. "Right now, I'm trying to grow it out. It keeps getting this long past my shoulders and then I keep cutting it off."

The 39-year-old isn't afraid of turning 40. She is embracing her looks as she gets older.

"I feel good! There's nothing I can do about it. It's coming. I don't really think about age in a bad way. I don't have any plans for a party yet," she smiled. "I take care of my skin and I try to exercise a bit here and there, but not as much as I should. I walk and I do yoga sometimes. I eat well and I meditate - I think it's all connected."

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