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Get the Look: Emily Osment

Emily Jordan Osment is a budding style star, we can just feel it! Haley Joel Osment’s little sister and daughter of actor Michael Osment, she’s no stranger to show business. The teen actress and singer-songwriter grew up in Los Angeles and has adopted the city’s laid-back, fun style as her own. Emily loves bright colors, vibrant patterns and accessories! She loves the color yellow and often uses it as an accent color paired with neutrals to liven up her outfits - yellow shoes, yellow cardigan, yellow necklace - anything in this sunny hue goes! She knows how to glam it up at movie premieres on the red carpet and when she’s performing on stage in fitted dresses and sequins but also does the casual look just as well! She even looks stylish walking through the airport with her black-rimmed glasses, brown fedora hat and classic black converse sneakers! Check out our gallery of how to channel her style!


Shopping with Miley

Emily is close friends with Miley Cyrus and they are often seen shopping and having lunch together. We wonder if they swap style tips? She’s also close friends with her other Hannah Montana co-star Mitchel Musso, they recorded a song together called “Once Upon a Dream”. Emily recently released her very own album this past October titled “Fight of Flight”. We can’t wait to see more of her style!


Emily performs onstage!Emily performs onstage!
Dressed up in vibrant blueDressed up in vibrant blue
Hat and sneakers for the airportHat and sneakers for the airport

How to Accessorize Like Emily

Accessorizing is what gives Emily’s style that extra bit of interesting detailing. A funky necklace, an armful of bangles, textured and patterned leggings, a fuzzy clutch bag, a floral purse or a cool hat - not only are they fun to hunt for, they make your outfits stand out - as Emily knows! They key is to not overdo the accessories - just one or two at time is perfect for not overwhelming your outfit. If you choose one stand-out piece, keep the rest of your outfit simple. Choose quirky ones whenever you can - that’s the fun in accessorizing! What’s your favorite accessory?


Pairing bright yellow shoes with a green trenchPairing bright yellow shoes with a green trench
Sunny hued cardiganSunny hued cardigan
Tweed and a cozy sweaterTweed and a cozy sweater
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SmartSunnyShadow
I feel like that too. My best friend will always hang out with her 'new friends' that I have a really bad opinion about. My friend will treat me rudely all the time and sometimes make fun of me with her friends. But, when I needed her the most in my life, she was there for me, and I told her how I felt. She says that she just wants to hang out with more people and apologized, people can be a little teasy at times.  Also, after seeing each other for a long time, people make new friends and start hanging out with them more, it doesn't mean that she doesn't like you.  This may be different for you, but just tell her about it, she will have to know you feelings at one point.  Hope I helped you. 
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country_girl19
country_girl19 posted in Friends:
Nothing happened between us. I just feel like I'm not important to her.
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drowning
drowning posted in Friends:
Did something happen between you two in the past? If so, I feel like she might have some unresolved issues with you that you need to discuss with her. And, time doesn't always mean a lot. I've gotten closer to someone before compared to someone whom I had known for 8 years.
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country_girl19
country_girl19 posted in Friends:
Dear Dish-it,                          Me and my friend just started talking again, and it seems like she regrets it. She'll leave me for the people she has only known for a couple of months, when I've been friends with her for a year. Also, she gets annoyed with me, and I don't know what to do.
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drowning
drowning posted in Family Issues:
I'll be honest, I don't think that it's very fair that you're placing so much blame on your mother. Cancer is very hard to heal in any animal or person. She may of been able to help one spot, but that doesn't mean that she was going to be able to heal the rest. There's a slim chance that they could of made it through, but it's probably for the best that she put him down. Cancer is a painful thing to go through for dogs and humans alike. It would of been worse to push it. As for the depression, I understand where you're coming from with it. It's a difficult thing to go through and it makes things hard to do. I've struggled with things in the past and sometimes still do, so take my word on this: Eat. What. You. Can. Don't starve yourself. Don't binge. Don't do anything. Keep eating. Your health matters too. You need to find things to do, like hobbies (drawing, reading, writing, ect.) and spend time with friends when you can. At least talk to your friends, don't push them away. They're there for you, even when they might not know how to be. Don't be ashamed to cry, it's perfectly fine too. It's a better alternative of getting things out than a lot of things you could be doing. Do not, under any circumstances, start cutting. Take it from someone who's dealt with it on a personal level in several ways, do not start it. It is not something you "won't get addicted too" and it will not be a "one time thing." Do not try it. Do not start it. Do not try to find "softer" alternatives to cutting. Self-harm is not a fixer, it does not help anything. It isn't something to be ashamed of. It's a personal issue along with mental illness. But it is a very big deal. "And to go and kill him like that instead of getting him help?" There isn't always a place to help. Sometimes it won't do the things we wish it would.
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