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Get the Look: Chloe Moretz

Apr 03, 2013

Born on February 10th, 1997, Chloe Grace Moretz is only 16 years old but is already a bonafide red carpet fashion star! Recently winning the award for Next Future Icon at the ELLE Magazine Style Awards this year, this chic young actress is definitely someone to watch. She knows how to dress for her age and what to wear for every event from black-tie galas to movie premieres

All you need are 3 bobby pins to get Chloe's simple hair look.All you need are 3 bobby pins to get Chloe's simple hair look.Courtesy of www.stylebistro.com
 

Chloe knows how to add a subtle trendy twist without going over the top - not something that all young actresses have mastered! We also love how she goes for the natural look - loose hair, slightly undone updos and reallllllly light makeup. 

Chloe's cool party-ready outfitChloe's cool party-ready outfitCourtesy of www.whoweareintheend.com

Get the Look

This is a great party outfit that can easily go casual with a simple change in shoes. Just swap the high heel sandals to boots or sneakers and you can easily go to the movies or to school in this - and look super stylish doing it. We love how Chloe artfully tones down a bold pair of printed leggings with a cool biker-style leather jacket and a black t-shirt.

Red Carpet

Now this is one of our favorite red carpet looks EVER. The long sleeves, the shape, the horizontal stripes (so hot for spring!), and the undone hair. It's such an easy but party-ready look, it's no wonder Chloe tops our best dressed list

Chloe's red carpet look Chloe's red carpet look Courtesy of www.fashiongonerogue.com

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