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Get the Look: Dakota Fanning

Despite being only 16 years old, Dakota Fanning has been hitting red carpet move premieres and events since she was only seven years old! We’ve seen her grow up from a little girl to the stylish teen actress she is today! It must be hard to be constantly in the spotlight but Dakota makes it all look totally effortless! When off duty, she dresses down in cool separates that she mixes and matches like a pro. She favours flat lace-up and motorcycle boots when running around town (New York or LA), parka style jackets, baggy teeshirts, dark jeggings and funky sunglasses. Dakota knows that keeping it simple with on-trend shoes, simple leather bags and a go-with-everything coat can take your look from everyday to someone on the best-dressed list! Check out the gallery on how to channel Dakota’s simple yet super stylish look!


We love Dakota's laid-back styleWe love Dakota's laid-back style
In her signature parka coatIn her signature parka coat
Dakota looks lovely in leopardDakota looks lovely in leopard
Quirky style and a fedora hatQuirky style and a fedora hat

Dakota on the Red Carpet!

Dakota’s been to her fair share of movie premieres, award shows, red carpet events and Hollywood parties! Including the Twilight series, which she has recently had a role in, lucky girl! Even though she’s laid-back in her off-duty time, she really knows how to up the glamour quotient on the red carpet! We love her penchant for pink leather, the funky little black dress, and of course her super sparkly dresses! We especially loved the gold sparkle dress she wore to the Twilight premiere, and the pink leather dress paired with a baby pink cardigan and black belt! Paired with soft, simple hair, minimal accessories and just some sleek high heel shoes, Dakota is definitely someone we have our fashion eye on in 2011 (along with her equally well-dressed little sister, Elle Fanning!). That’s one of the perks of having a sister - double the wardrobe! We’d love to raid either of the Fanning sisters’ closets!


We adore this pink dress/cardi combo!We adore this pink dress/cardi combo!
Dakota does sleek black leather and frillsDakota does sleek black leather and frills
In a simple cream dress with a bit of sparkleIn a simple cream dress with a bit of sparkle
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Fave Dakota Fanning Role?

  • Ray in Uptown Girls.
  • Sally in Cat in the Hat.
  • I can't wait to see her play Fern in Charlotte's Web.
  • I don't really like Dakota Fanning.

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