Style File: Bella Thorne Can’t Stop, Won’t Stop

Posted on September 11, 2017

Every time this gal makes a spotlight run (which is pretty much all the time now), we’re always exhausted just looking at her and wind up silently urging her to simmer down, hydrate, and take a spa day.

But Hollywood will always need a new generation of party girls in tacky makeup, so Miss Bella rightly understands she’s gotta make hay while the sun continues to shine. So to speak. We, for our parts, will be over here, judging her.

 

Bella Thorne attends Harper’s BAZAAR Celebration of “ICONS By Carine Roitfeld” in New York City in Pamella Roland.

This is the thing about her we don’t understand. She doesn’t do it as much as she used to, but she still occasionally opts for some bizarrely aging and stale looks that she tries mighty hard to sex the hell up. But honey, you’re 19. Big-ass modesty panels, pearls and up dos are not all that sexy at 19. Or at least, they’re not what we would consider among the top options for your age and goals. Ditch the Ann-Margret cosplay, sweetie. Of course, you probably have no idea who that is, but trust us: she’s not 19.

When she’s not doing weirdly off-model Kennedy Center Honors looks, she tries to go more hardass:

 

Bella Throne attends the Philipp Plein fashion show during New York Fashion Week in New York City in Philipp Plein.

This gown is awful and absolutely as far from “chic” as you can get while still wearing a gown. It’s also MUCH more appropriate for her age, we think. We would absolutely get behind this as some sort of bad-girl couture attempt, except her makeup is … wait for it … aging as hell. Again, nothing wrong with a teenager really piling on the slap if she wants to, but all those bronzey tones and all that blush aren’t reading “bad girl” so much as “still got it.”

 

 

Style Credits:
First Look: Pamella Roland Dress
Second Look: Philipp Plein Dress

[Photo Credit: Getty Images]

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