Mrs. Clooney does it again!
Amal Alamuddin served up yet another inspiring dose of street style for an evening out with her new husband George Clooney on Monday, March 23, in New York City. The British barrister, 37, has been known to rock classy florals, so it was only a matter of time before she embraced the staple's edgier cousin: the animal-print.
Alamuddin went for a '70s era look, teaming her bold Giambattista Valli coat with light-washed bell-bottom jeans and black platform shoes. She left her long hair down and brushed over to one side.
The Clooneys corralled at Patsy's, an Italian restaurant in Manhattan, for a late bite with Clooney's mom Nina Bruce Warren. An observer tells Us Weekly the couple drank wine, and Clooney took pictures with the restaurant staff before leaving close to an hour later. Alamuddin affectionately stroked her husband's back and laughed as he whispered into her ear, according to the observer.
The couple made a temporary move to New York, so the actor can shoot Money Monster, a new film, starring Julia Roberts. Alamuddin is also in the city for work, as reported by Us, she joined the staff at Columbia Law School to teach human rights law as a visiting faculty member.