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Get the Look: Keke Palmer

It’s no wonder that Keke Palmer has such a bold fashion sense, playing the VP of a fashion company for popular Nickelodeon sitcom True Jackson, VP. Just like her character on the show,she has a keen eye for the latest trends. She loves to wear bright colors and bold graphic patterns, - we just adore Keke’s real-life style. Never one to just blend into the background, Keke always stands out wearing pops of color, sparkle, animal print and even bright blue shoes! A big fan of the one shoulder dress and black ankle boots, she’s inspired us to shed our basic neutral wardrobe and go for the bold! Pairing a graphic tank top with skinny jeans and bright heels, a multicolor sleeveless dress for an awards show and a leopard print dress for an event, Keke chooses colors and patterns that complement her. She has a great eye for not mixing too many trends all at once - she pairs leopard with muted accessories and bright patterns and colours with a black leather jacket and belt. We aren’t surprised that she already released a Wal-Mart fashion line inspired by her character on True Jackson, VP! Not only an actress, Keke has a singing career on the horizon - she’s about to release a new album this fall inspired by R&B and hip hop. We can’t wait to see her style evolve from television actress to musical artist! We bet Keke’s outfits will be something to watch onstage! Check out Kidzworld’s gallery on how to channel Keke’s look!


Keke Palmer's Style!

In a gorgeous blue dressIn a gorgeous blue dress
Graphic tee and bright shoes!Graphic tee and bright shoes!
Rocking her trusty ankle bootsRocking her trusty ankle boots
In a multicolor dress and heelsIn a multicolor dress and heels
Zebra stripe chicZebra stripe chic
Leopard sparkle!Leopard sparkle!
Check out those cool bright jeans!Check out those cool bright jeans!
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