Alexandra Daddario Shows Off Fit Figure In Glitter Look

Alexandra Daddario
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Alexandra Daddario is proving that her fit figure will always shine, even if she isn't in activewear. The HBO actress now fronts two sportswear brands as she enjoys an ambassador status with Alo Yoga and Aerie, but it was more red carpet than the gym as she stunned fans in a recent Instagram share. The blue-eyed beauty posted to her account recently while glammed up in glitter for a night out, also going skintight as she flaunted her toned silhouette.

Stuns In Glam Glitter

All smiles, Daddario posed in profile as she struck a pose from a Tag Heuer event - the high-end watch brand is known for tapping celebs and was once fronted by model Bella Hadid.

Daddario wore a skintight and high-neck black dress, going for long sleeves, plus a figure-hugging finish. The dress was covered in sparkly sequins, with Daddario of course adding in a watch from Tag Heuer. She wore her dark locks in a long sleek bob, also sporting a bold red lip.

A Total Yoga Queen

Alo Yoga has chosen well. The brand also fronted by model Kendall Jenner is now in cahoots with a true yogi: "I do a lot of yoga and am all about treating yourself with love if you're having a stressful day," Alexandra told Delish. "Yoga helps you learn to deal with stress in a different way. It's a great way to turn your brain off in a world where we're all running around and on our phones all the time. [Yoga and meditation are] an awesome place to start."

Indulgence Is Allowed

While Alexandra is into healthy eating, she's also into cheat foods and has even updated her Instagram while carrying around a burger and fries. The star continued: "I'm all about letting yourself splurge now and then," adding that she loves dark chocolate. Daddario was known for training hard to get into bikini shape for the 2017 movie Baywatch, and she's opened up on the ordeal.

Big Trainer Love

The actress told Muscle & Fitness: "I started working out with Patrick Murphy, this amazing trainer in Los Angeles. The weight training helped me feel stronger, especially in my back, which didn’t hurt as much."

Per The Mayo Clinic, you should "get at least 150 minutes of moderate aerobic activity or 75 minutes of vigorous aerobic activity a week."

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