We may be envious of teen sensation Bella Thorne‘s killer body and glossy hair, but it’s the Disney star’s wardrobe that has been capturing our attention. Even as a teen, she firmly earned her status as one to watch in the style stakes — making ‘Bella Thorne fashion’ a thing.
You can get inspiration from Bella’s foolproof red-carpet looks and her elegant off-duty outfits. Read on for our top tips to inject some of Bella’s style into your wardrobe.
Bella Thorne Fashion: Outfits to Copy Now
1. Color Pop Prom Dress
Sure, Bella may have a model figure, but her go-to prom dresses work equally well on different body types. A-line dresses with nipped-in waists balance out larger hips, or create the illusion of curves on those with boyish figures.
A bold hue, such as hot pink injects some fun back into a simple shape. Take your cue from Bella and team with killer heels for evening occasions, or pair with sandals and a structured blazer to keep things casual.
2. Plunge Jumpsuit
3. Printed Midi Skirt
Most of reach for our trusty LBD for evening events and parties, but follow Bella’s lead with a tailored jumpsuit to shake up your style. While the plunging neckline may be daring, the clean lines give her jumpsuit and elegant feel. Pair with heels and a clutch, for a winning party wear formula.
A lover of feminine fashion, Bella’s printed midi skirt is the ultimate in ladylike dressing. While the young actress frequently teams her knee-length skirts with ab-flashing crop tops, this look works equally well with tanks, tees and blouses. Pretty prints are a great way to express some personality through your look.
4. Muted Pink Skinnies
Skinnies may be a closet staple for many women, but step out of your comfort zone with a color other than blue or black. Soft pastels and barely-there neutrals are perfect for the spring and summer time paired with cream, white and grey blouses.
Throw on a pair of sandals for an easy breezy summer look, or pair with trusty ankle boots during the cooler months.
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