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Lily James: Kruger's the style queen

Published 11/07/2015

Lily James
Lily James

Lily James has revealed her top fashion picks.

Since finding fame on Downton Abbey Lily herself has become a style icon, wearing everyone from Ralph Lauren to Dolce & Gabbana.

Her top style crush comes in the form of German actress Diane, who never seems to put a fashion foot wrong.

"Diane Kruger. She always nails it," Lily gushed when asked by UK Glamour to name her style icon.

As for her own clothes credentials, Lily is just as comfortable wearing high fashion as she is more relaxed looks.

"[My dream shoes are] strappy Jimmy Choos. You can get them in so many colours, and they go with everything.

"I wore a black Dior skirt on Jonathan Ross [UK TV show]. It also comes in white and I'd wear it with the knee-high brown boots [from the same collection]. So cool ," she said of her fashion wish list, but added how much she likes low-key looks too.

"Dungarees. I have loads I really like, I'll buy four pairs in different colours."

It's not just her outfit choices that draw attention, but her flawless beauty too. Lily's blonde hair and perfect complexion helped her to land the role of Cinderella in Kenneth Branagh's recent live action remake of the Disney fairytale, and the 26-year-old has some trusty beauty favourites she always turns too.

"My must-have products are Charlotte Tilbury's Wonder Glow and Sisley Black Rose oil," she revealed.

Lily can next be seen in Adam Jones opposite Bradley Cooper, Jamie Dornan and Sienna Miller.

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