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Get the Look :: Kirsten Dunst

Kirsten Dunst gets to dress up as queen for a day in her latest flick, Marie Antoinette, but here's how you can dress up like Kirsten everyday!

Kirsten Dunst wore bubble skirts long before they became a trend!Get Kirsten Dunst's Look!

Crazy but Beautiful

When it comes to movies, Kirsten Dunst has a love for all things indie. And when it comes to fashion, she goes for anything that's a little unusual. She may wear shapeless gowns on the red carpet, which aren't the most flattering, but she knows how to pull 'em off! Her street style - T-shirts, skinny jeans and round-toed flats - is pretty ordinary, but she adds her own quirky spin, like suspenders or a really funky, colorful hat.

Fashion-Forward Queen

Kirsten Dunst likes to stand out, but not in that Lindsay Lohan way. She prefers slouchy pieces - large tees, oversized sweaters, baggy cardigans and flowy skirts like the bubble skirt pictured here. And even though Lindsay and everyone else may be wearing bubble skirts these days, Kirsten was wearing them long before they became a trend!

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