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Jordana Brewster Has No Qualms About Her Love of Leather

09/17/2012 at 09:00 AM ET

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Jordana Brewster doesn’t mind inviting a little controversy through her style: the Dallas star admits leather products are among her must-have items for fall.

“I like leather a lot,” she told PEOPLE last week at a Stand Up to Cancer benefit in L.A., adding that it’s real, not faux, she covets.

Brewster, who said animal prints are the one seasonal trend she “hates,” isn’t worried about PETA coming after her for her love of leather, either. That said, her tastes could be worse.

“I won’t rock fur,” she explained. “That I do no more!”

But good style isn’t the only secret to looking stellar. The actress, whose skin was glowing as she walked the red carpet, provided a few of her tips for staying svelte.

“I drink a lot of water,” she said. “And working out helps, as well as eating whole foods. I’m not a vegetarian but I think trying to eat organic and trying to eat local is really important.”

Added Brewster, “I don’t eat red meat because it started grossing me out and I love animals. But I eat as many greens and vegetables and whole grains [as I can].” Tell us: Do you wear real leather? How about fur?

–Dahvi Shira


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