Kristen Wiig's friends tell her to dress up more when she goes out because she tends to throw together any outfit that comes to hand and then later regrets it when she sees her photograph in magazines.
Kristen Wiig's friends tell her to dress up more when she goes out.
The 'Bridesmaids' actress - who shot to fame in 2005- has been told by her closest pals to spruce up her wardrobe a bit more because she tends to throw together any outfit that comes to hand and then later regrets it when she sees her photograph in magazines.
Speaking to Total Film magazine, she said: ''That's always weird, You see pictures of yourself in magazines where you didn't even know anyone was there... I'm the kind of person that will just put on clothes and leave the house , and I have had friends telling me, 'You can't go out like that'. And I guess I can't.''
The 39-year-old star previously said she refuses to wear skyscraper heels because she tends to go for comfort instead of style.
She joked: ''I don't really think about style. As I get older, comfort is more important.
''I so badly want to be that girl who shops with her girlfriends and wears heels, but I can't do it. After one block I'd have to go buy flats.''
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