The Real Reason Amal Clooney Always Looks So Flawless

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After a little more than six months into George and Amal Clooney’s marriage, these two seem to have their husband and wife dynamic down pat. Apparently, all of the enviable designer outfits she wears (hello, Giambattista Valli and Oscar de la Renta!) are pre-approved by her A-list movie star husband.

“George is very involved in selecting her looks,” a source close the couple revealed to Us Weekly. “He’ll watch her try on clothes and will say, ‘I like that. You should get it,’ or ‘No, not that.'”

Judging by Amal’s date-night wear and all of her to die for wedding-weekend attire, George is an impeccable stylist. And just like how they installed a panic room in their England mansion to protect Amal for her high-profile law career, they have a tricked-out closet in their Los Angeles-area home designed specifically to accommodate her fashion needs.

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“He installed a runway, floor-to-ceiling mirrors, and a crazy light system in their closet,” the source added of George’s alterations their wardrobe. “Amal can see every single angle and tell if her outfit is see-through!” Okay, now we’re getting a little jealous.

Though it would seem as though the human rights barrister-turned-Columbia Law School professor might be too strong-willed to listen to her Tomorrowland star hubby’s sartorial advice, the opposite is true. “Amal loves it!” the source continued. “She shops a lot because she needs her lawyer looks and then street clothes.”

Whatever they’re doing, they should keep it up — Amal has never looked better!


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