Amandla Stenberg and Sienna Miller's beautiful celebrity styles made us do a double take this week! We're telling you why in this week's installment of Friday's Fashion Obsessions.
Can I get a collective aww, folks? Amandla Stenberg won all our hearts as Rue in The Hunger Games, and although they tragically killed off her character, I can't wait to see what her next project is. In the meantime, I'm having fun following her fashion escapades.
This week, the 14-year-old showed up to the premiere of Peeples wearing this totally adorable ensemble. With much of Hollywood's youth dressing way too old for their age, it's refreshing to see Amandla proving that good style doesn't have to equal revealing outfits. The print and beautiful color of this top are perfect for spring, and keep the look youthful, while the high-waisted pants and complex heels take this look into the grownup zone. The result? A perfect sartorial mix.
The final verdict? Amandla finished her look off with fresh-faced makeup and a trendy topknot, making this look a super fun one! This is one to watch, folks.
If you live anywhere that experiences actual seasons, you know how tricky dressing can be this time of year. Those in between spring months can pose quite the fashion challenge when the weather hasn't fully blossomed into hot temps. But Sienna Miller showed off the perfect way to cope with her stunning Matthew Williamson dress this week.
When the sun is out but there's still a bit of a chill in the air, long sleeve lightweight dresses are a girl's best friend. The key to making this look work for spring? Pick a soft, pretty color like Sienna's. Another way to punch up the look for spring? Add sparkle! Notice the beautiful sparkly detail on the hemline of her dress. Spiked pointy pumps and a clear clutch add dimension to the look as well.
The final verdict? Sienna's chic bun and clean makeup keep this formal look more relatable and fun. I know I'll be rocking a look like this to my next special event!
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