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Scott Eastwood’s style conundrum

Published 25/04/2015

Scott Eastwood
Scott Eastwood

Scott Eastwood thanks his lucky stars designers send him clothes, because he's awful at shopping.

The heartthrob has no shortage of admirers, currently making fans the world over swoon in his new romantic film The Longest Ride.

But while many people could find little fault in the 29-year-old's appearance, there's one thing he finds hard to get right.

"I would ask myself: 'Why don't you just take your friends' advice when it comes to fashion?'" he laughed to the German edition of Cosmopolitan when quizzed about the one question he'd pose to himself.

"I have absolutely no sense of what looks good. Getting dressed seems like an impossible hurdle for me!"

His lack of fashion prowess doesn't seem to have put brands off him, with Scott bagging campaigns for the likes of Hugo Boss and the Davidoff Cool Water fragrance. And it's these connections that help him to leave the house looking presentable.

"I got dressed all by myself today!" he joked in the interview. "But it was easy, because a German company I've modelled for in the past sent me a few things. If I'd gone shopping for myself, it would have looked very different..."

He might not know what to wear, but when it comes to what's underneath his clothes, Scott knows what he's doing. His legendary Hollywood-actor father Clint taught him the ropes from a young age.

"My dad got me into working out when I was 15 or 16 and I've been doing it ever since. It's not because I want to be a sex symbol or anything, it's because I want to feel good," he previously told British magazine Hello! "I feel that in life, it's very easy to have a lot of negative thoughts and I feel that the more healthy and active we are, the more we cleanse those things from our minds. My dad told me that a healthy body means a healthy mind and that's really important to me."

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