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Thursday 20 November 2014

Sofía's stylist woes

LOS ANGELES, CA - OCTOBER 02:  Actress Sof’a Vergara arrives at the premiere of Open Road Films' 'Machete Kills' at Regal Cinemas L.A. Live on October 2, 2013 in Los Angeles, California.  (Photo by Jason Merritt/Getty Images)
Sofía's Vergara

Sofía Vergara reportedly brings friends and family to fittings with her stylist.

The Modern Family star ensures she always looks good on the red carpet, wearing dresses that show off her enviable curves.

According to the New York Post she's had help picking outfits from Sandra Bullock's stylist Deborah Waknin, Marie Haenn, who's worked with Rihanna, Cate Blanchett's stylist Elizabeth Stewart and celebrity favourite Rachel Zoe, who helped her get ready for the Machete Kills premiere.

“No one goes through that many stylists,” an insider told Page Six.

“[She] brings friends and family to fittings... Everyone has an opinion."

The 41-year-old Colombian star looked amazing with Rachel's guidance, rocking a black Zuhair Murad gown to the Machete Kills event in LA earlier this month.

While some claim she's too indecisive, a further source says Sofía isn't acting out of character for a celebrity.

“Sofía stopped working with Deb over a year ago and has since been trying out various [stylists] to see who she connects with best. This isn’t uncommon for actors," an insider close to the star said.

“She does not bring a lot of people to her fittings.”

The actress appeared on talk show Chelsea Lately last week, where she discussed her engagement to Nick Loeb.

During the show, host Chelsea Handler pointed out her engagement ring was missing, jokingly highlighting the star's need for a stylist.

“Oh my God, everybody’s fired! My assistant! My publicist! They let me out with no jewellery,” Sofía exclaimed in mock horror. “I have never done this! Do I have underwear on? I feel naked.”

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