Teen Vogue’s 10th Young Hollywood Party

Posted on September 28, 2012

Darlings, it was Teen Vogue’s 10th Anniversary young Hollywood party and all the little misses got dressed up all ladylike and shit!



Ariel Winter in Collette Dinnigan

We’re not kidding about that ladylike crack. Ariel tends toward dressing far older than her 14 years. In fact, there have been a couple looks in the recent past that we opted not to feature on the site simply because we knew we were going to sound like Oldie McOlderson, ranting about how inappropriate her outfits are. This is a clear attempt to yank her back from the slutty-dressing abyss. It’s very cute and sweet. We don’t think she HAS to dress this way, but it’s a nice change of pace from the low-cut/high hem/stripper heels looks she’s slowly been turning towards more and more.


Hailee Steinfeld in Louis Vuitton

Ditto Hailee. Although we don’t think she tends toward dressing too provocatively, like Ariel does, but she sometimes dresses far beyond her years.


Jessica Lowndes  in McGinn

 Cute dress. Way too much eye makeup.


Kiernan Shipka in Opening Ceremony

 We’re going to find another word for her, because we keep typing “Adorable!” whenever we see her. But it’s true, right?

Leslie Mann in Rodarte

 It’s a great dress, but it’s awfully heavy-looking. The shoes are kind of tragic.


Lucy Hale in Christian Dior

 Super-sweet look, but her shoes make her look like she has three toes on each foot.


Nikki Reed in Emporio Armani

 Love it. Killer chic. Love the way the shoes visually tie back to the jacket.


Sarah Hyland in Erin by Erin Fetherston

 Looks like someone failed to tell Sarah that boobs are not on the menu tonight. It’s fine, though. A little tight up top.


Victoria Justice in Emporio Armani

We suppose if you’re going to wear a velvet jacket in less-than-cool weather, a bandeau top helps, but it’s weird seeing her skin peeking through above and below the button. Great look otherwise.


[Photo Credit: Getty]

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