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Get the Look: Elizabeth Olsen

Apr 09, 2013

Elizabeth Olsen was born on Feb. 16th, 1989 and is no stranger to the acting life, thanks to her two famous older sisters, Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen. With both of her sisters big names in the fashion industry for both their style and their clothing lines, it's no wonder Elizabeth "Lizzie" Olsen has followed in their footsteps. Her twin sisters even named one of the fashion brands after her and their other sibling called Elizabeth & James.

She began acting at age 4, first starting out in small roles in her sister's films, and only recently becoming well known in her own right for her unmistakeable acting talent. In January 2013, she won the prestigious BAFTA Rising Star award! Acting chops aside, we can't get enough of Elizabeth's casual-cool style. A mix of eclectic prints, bright pops of color and sleek accessories, she always looks amazing yet effortless, not an easy trick to pull off! A big fan of bright lips, she balances it out with undone hair and minimal makeup on the rest of her face. We love!

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This is one of our favorite looks of many from Elizabeth. She effortlessly pairs a plain, oversized white shirt with a bright skirt and a big statement necklace. She finishes off the look with her signature list and soft hair. We're especially loving the white shirt and big necklace combo and will definitely be teaming this with jeans, shorts and other pants!

We love this chic and simple outfit!We love this chic and simple outfit!Courtesy of www.love2stylebeauty.com

Style File

Some of our favorite Elizabeth Olsen looks. We love how her hair always looks so glossy and natural! Try the loose side braid, it's an easy way to change your look.

Elizabeth rocks an easy, undone braidElizabeth rocks an easy, undone braidCourtesy of www.celebrityredcarpetstyle.com

Elizabeth adds a vibrant yellow coat for casual cool style.Elizabeth adds a vibrant yellow coat for casual cool style.Courtesy of www.tashalaurencleary.blogspot.com

Elizabeth in a chic, simple pink dress.Elizabeth in a chic, simple pink dress.Courtesy of www.huffingtonpost.com

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