It’s not that what she wears is ever actually bad — it’s just her age. When I was fourteen, it wouldn’t have even been on my radar to think I could get away with wearing what she does. Sheer leather mini dresses? Yeah, no.
With that said — lately she’s been making some very wise and age-appropriate choices that I really love. Her Kenzo and Stella McCartney looks are still at the top of my list, but I can probably add this Dolce&Gabbana dress she wore last night to the NY premiere of “Hugo” at the Ziegfeld Theatre .
I”m not huge on the flat ribbon bows at the bodice — nor the color, as it washes her out — but I love the cut. She looks like a dolled up cupcake!
If this had been in a bright color, such as hot pink or a jewel-toned ruby, I’d be all over this.
I love her Sergio Rossi sandals! The orange trimming to the ankle strap style is so much fun that it makes me even sadder than the color of the dress is nude.
Chloe’s hair was cute, and make-up artist Beau Nelson made she look pretty, young, and refreshed. She’s been working the red carpet circuit so much lately that I would imagine she’s exhausted at this point.