I don’t care what anyone says: Lily Collins is flipping adorable. I’ve only gotten the opportunity to meet her once, but have seen her in person a few times (I was a huge Mortal Instruments fan, and thus, a fan of the movie) and she would be a beauty even if she weren’t famous. She has a classic face and a cute little petite figure, but that’s just good genes. What I love most about her is her quirky style. She is never dressed in the norm, always somehow on trend but ahead of it as well. Her looks are always inherently feminine and colorful. The best part of her style is that its not pretentious. Her style is easily replicated with everyday fashion, not just $1000 white shirts. Her fashion run for the City of Bones press tour should get her an Olympic medal.
So thank you, Lily Collins, for the inspiration, my Fashion Fangirl Crush.
Lily turned heads in this Fausto Puglisi high-low dress. Wearing bold prints was one of the trends that summer.
Lovely casual street style
Graphic tee with a olive cargo jacket and blue jeans… simple and effortless
Looking straight punk in Moschino with then-boyfriend Jamie Campbell Bower (now a Burberry model)
Oscar’s Vanity Fair party
In a sexy, subtle white cut-out dress, another hot trend that’s still going strong.
I loved the mixture and fearlessness of this look at a luncheon.
Channeling some Courtney Love? Only Lily Collins’ can make that look indie and lovely, not messy
Selena Gomez copied this look
Effortlessly chic at a meet an greet at the Americana for City of Bones
In Givenchy’s famous Bambi sweatshirt
Nude and embellishment
I was in love with white gown at an international COB premiere. Her hair and makeup are also on point!
As the new face of Lancome
Another Vanity Fair party in blue again
Fire engine red! Lovely in lace with the high-low trend and the see-through trend.
Sporting the popular crop top at Comic Con
Sexy and edgy!
Another sexy but subtle red carpet look of netting and lace.