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Sofía Vergara: Latins dress to impress

Published 17/04/2014

Sofía Vergara
Sofía Vergara

Sofía Vergara says her Latin heritage means she dresses to "pick up guys".

The 41-year-old actress' curvaceous figure is the envy of women around the world and she is known for her flattering ensembles. When choosing what to wear, Sofía approaches her style with an aim in mind.

"I'm Latin, and in our culture, we dress to pick up guys, or for our boyfriends or husbands, rather than for other girls," Sofía told Women's Health magazine. "I'll prefer to die than wear boyfriend jeans!"

Sofía appears on the cover of the publication wearing a top tied up to show off her toned stomach, with a pair of bikini bottoms. Sharing her own advice with women on how to attract a man, the brunette beauty insisted some effort must be put in.

"It doesn’t mean you have to be perfect or have [great] abs, but don’t walk around the house with no bra and hanging tits," she added.

Rather than deny it, Sofía is happy to embrace her sex symbol status. However she does wish the attention was focused elsewhere.

"I'll tell you something. I've always been known for my boobs, but it p***es me off, because I do also have a great a*s!" she laughed.

Sofía is currently engaged to businessman Nick Loeb. Even when away from the camera she admits she feels most confident and attractive when all dolled up.

"Some people say, 'I feel the most sexy when I just wake up,'” she mused. "But I feel the most sexy after I have showered, blow-dried my hair, and [put on] full make-up."

One of Sofía's other ventures away from acting is being the face of beauty brand CoverGirl. She previously spoke about how she enjoys experimenting with cosmetics when attending a big event.

"When I leave the house [on an average day] I have to have lipsticks, mascara and blush," she explained. "With red carpets I get to really be adventurous with my beauty look."

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