Alexandra Daddario Shares How She Became More Comfortable in Her Own Skin

The actress stated that making her own fashion choices has been ‘freeing.’
Alexandra Daddario

Alexandra Daddario.


Alexandra Daddario is known for her roles in Mayfair Witches and The White Lotus, but it’s her unique sense of style that has really elevated her profile. The 36-year-old actress recently opened up to InStyle about her career, her recent marriage to film producer Andrew Form and her fashion sense.

While Daddario credited many of her fashion-forward looks to her stylist, Emma Jade Morrison, she also acknowledged that embracing her own personal style choices has made her feel more self-assured.

“I feel more comfortable in my skin, I feel more comfortable with what I put on, and I feel more comfortable with my choices,” she shared.

Daddario has worn some amazingly bold red carpet looks in recent years, like the goth glam off-the-shoulder Dior gown she sported at the Mayfair Witches premiere last December.

“I think as you get older, you get out of your head a bit more, and you get more confident with your decisions, and not dressing for other people; you’re doing it for yourself,” she continued. “And that’s been really freeing.”

Daddario and Form tied the knot last June in a ceremony in New Orleans. The bride wore an intricate pleated Danielle Frankel gown with delicate spaghetti straps, which she paired with a lacy parasol for photos.

“I believe in being comfortable in our own skin, not putting pressure on ourselves or the way that we look and accepting ourselves as we are,” she told People last summer.

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