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Wednesday 7 October 2015

Stacy Keibler is experimental dresser

Published 26/10/2012

Stacy Keibler
Stacy Keibler
Stacy Keibler
Stacy Keibler
Stacy Keibler
Stacy Keibler
BEVERLY HILLS, CA - JANUARY 16: Actress Stacy Keibler arrives at the 2011 InStyle And Warner Bros. 68th Annual Golden Globe Awards post-party held at The Beverly Hilton hotel on January 16, 2011 in Beverly Hills, California. (Photo by Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images)

Stacy Keibler has "great fun" experimenting with her style.

The stunning star has stepped up her fashion game on the red carpet this year.

She's appeared at countless premieres and parties hand-in-hand with boyfriend George Clooney wearing some stunning ensembles.

Stacy has revealed the key to her head-turning look.

"I look for comfort in a red carpet dress. I put something on, and if it feels great then that's the one. I find that some things that look great on the hanger, don't look so good when you try them on, and vice versa," Stacy revealed to PopSugar.

"So for me it's been great fun to get to play with my looks, work with designers and enjoy fashion."

Stacy revealed that Monique Lhuillier is one of her go-to designers when she has a big red carpet event. Although her signature style leans towards body hugging dresses, Stacy is not strict with these rules.

"I do like to experiment, I'd like to think I always stay classy but sometimes more sexy. I enjoy mixing it up," Stacy smiled.

When it comes to staying in shape, Stacy knows a thing or two. The former professional wrestler shared her tips for looking great in her red carpet frocks.

"I've got two tips. One is to always try and get your exercise in. You don't have to have a gym membership, you can do sit ups or jumping jacks in your own bedroom," Stacy explained. "Tip two is that you are what you eat, so always try and eat organic, eat fruits and vegetables and be really conscious of what you are putting in your body."

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