Dianna Agron: I'm a tomboy

Dianna Agron's style is "total tomboy."

The actress rose to international fame playing cheerleader Quinn Fabray in hit series Glee, where she indulged her girly-girl side.

In real life her style is far from that of her on-screen persona and she opts for much more of a masculine stance.

"I love the rain; it gives me a chance to wear jeans and a sweater. My style is total tomboy," she revealed to Britain's InStyle magazine.

"I do love skirts and dresses when I want to feel feminine or if I'm dressing for the carpet. But I like finding a balance between feminine and masculine. My style in real life has just become much more casual."

Posing for a series of photos for the magazine, Dianna shed her cheerleader image even further by wearing a white tailored Emporio Armani suit and a Louis Vuitton leather biker jacket.

"I loved all the clothes on this shoot. My favourite would have to be the Dior [Orange silk top with a structured white silk skirt]. It's so different - girlie with an edge," she gushed.

Dianna's career has now moved into big-budget movies, and she recently starred alongside Hollywood greats Robert De Niro and Michelle Pfeiffer in The Family.

The 27-year-old actress has had some great experiences thanks to her A-list status and recently travelled to Venice in Italy to visit Louis Vuitton's factory.

"Fashion is art. Such incredible workmanship goes into every piece. At the Louis Vuitton factory I saw workers making shoes from scratch, and I even got to hammer a locket onto a heel myself! I used to see clothes and shoes as just, well, clothes and shoes. Not anymore," she gushed to the US edition of Glamour magazine.

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