Belfast Telegraph

Thursday 28 August 2014

Mandy Moore loves relaxed look

Mandy Moore

Mandy Moore will always be a "jeans and T-shirt girl".

The star has elegantly made the transition from teenage pop star to actress-and-singer-songwriter during her time in the spotlight.

Mandy says her style has remained laidback but she has introduced a more sophisticated aesthetic.

“[I'm] a jeans and T-shirt girl through and through,” Mandy shared with WhoWhatWear. “Quintessential me is a cool take on relaxed style. I love a graphic, ladylike blouse and leather jacket. This outfit exemplifies who I am on a day-to-day basis. Maybe I’ll be in flats most of the time, but if I have to step up my game, I’ll wear these classic Manolo pumps!”

Mandy says pumps are her comfortable yet chic alternative to sneakers. In particular she gravitates towards navy blue flats.

“I’m a sucker for anything animal print too, because it adds a little pop to jeans and a T-shirt,” Mandy added.

“I was told by someone long ago that anytime you see a navy blue pump you have to buy it, because they’re not as easy to come by as a black shoe! I love the cutout detail [on these Alejandro Ingelmo’s suede Flavia Pumps] These seem like classics I’ll wear over and over, and those are the pieces I like to have in my wardrobe.”

Mandy's fuss-free yet feminine style includes attention to detail on her favourite striped T-shirts. Her obsession for animal prints means she is also a fan of leopard print arm candy.

“I like that it’s not a classic T-shirt. It’s got a little more bohemian blousy-ness to it," she described.

“This bag [a leopard print design] is definitely going to be in my life for real! This feels like a really good day-to-night bag. I can see myself going to meetings all day and transitioning this for a dinner. I love the purse’s feminine chain and luxe texture."

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