Andrea Riseborough gets most of her clothes from charity shops and relies on ''Goodwill'' to provide her with a fabulous outfit, rather than high street and designer stores.
Andrea Riseborough gets her clothes from charity shops.
The 31-year-old 'W.E.' actress hates trawling the high street and designer stores and instead picks most of her garments up at bargain prices from secondhand stores in the US.
She told Britain's Vogue magazine: ''I don't shop. Most of my clothes come from Goodwill.''
Andrea isn't the only famous face to happily head for secondhand shops when buying clothes.
Fashion designer Nicole Richie - who has her own line House of Harlow, named after her five-year-old daughter with rocker husband Joel Madden - has previously admitted she visits thrift stores ''all the time'' and has encouraged other women to give it a go.
Nicole - who has Harlow and three-year-old Sparrow with Joel - said: ''I dress for myself and I encourage women to do the same. I don't buy myself something because it looks good on a hanger and has a high price tag.
''I shop at thrift stores all the time and every time I go to an event, I'm not buying a new dress.''