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Milla Jovovich feels best in outfits with rocker edge

Published 03/10/2016

Milla Jovovich
Milla Jovovich

Actress Milla Jovovich is greatly inspired by the costumes in the classic movie Bonnie and Clyde.

Milla Jovovich feels her best in outfits which combine conservative tailoring with rocker vibes.

The American actress made her name in fashion, modelling for the likes of Prada and Versace in the ‘90s, before making the leap into Hollywood and starring in hits such as Resident Evil.

Accordingly, Milla has developed a strong sense of personal style and is often spotted in skinny jeans and cool blazers when off-duty.

“I like myself with short hair and boys suits, baggy jeans and button-up shirts, so that’s where I’ve been for the last year,” she told W magazine. “I like to mix a bit of conservative, rock-and-roll feeling. That’s always something I’ve gone back to, over the years.”

The mother-of-two is also a big fan of wearing blouses which reveal a hint of bra underneath. She feels the look gives a nod to the costuming in Bonnie and Clyde, the 1967 movie starring Faye Dunaway and Warren Beatty as the titular characters.

“I’ve been going through this Bonnie and Clyde (phase) where I have the blouse and the pencil skirt or my high waisted jeans,” she shared.

With her family life and busy filming schedule, Milla has also become quite the expert on how to look after herself when flying. The 40-year-old takes her own pyjamas, Dauphin eye masks and a couple of bottles of water with her to keep her hydrated and relaxed when jetsetting.

“I get two big bottles of water and drink a lot of water on the flight, as well, because I know I can’t resist eating the food on airplanes. There's just something about the compartmentalised aspect of the little portions. I can’t stop myself…I like to keep completely, super hydrated,” she explained.

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