Style File: Millie Bobby Brown Loosens Up and Has Some Fun

Posted on November 01, 2017

Our Stranger Things 2 review is in the pipeline for later today and currently being fine-tuned, but in the mean time, let’s all check in on Eleven herself as she continues her aggressively stylish promo tour.

 

We’ve had some issues with how her promotional style tends toward a cool sophistication more appropriate for a woman decades older than her and also how the fashion and entertainment press aren’t being particularly sensitive regarding her age.

We like to think our harrumphing got through to her team (and there is definitely a team making these decisions), because her looks of late have taken a slightly more whimsical, fun turn. We still have some quibbles here, but there’s certainly nothing wrong with a 13-year-old girl working her way through some goofy fashion. What 13-year-old hasn’t?

 

Millie Bobby Brown departs BUILD Series in New York City in Rodarte.

Since we’re less interested in nitpicking a kid’s style choices than making sure they’re appropriate for her, we’ll just say we adore the jacket and the sandals. The rest, we pretend not to see.

 

Millie Bobby Brown makes an appearance on “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” in New York City in Miu Miu.

LOVE.

It’s still what we’d consider a little goofy, but as we said, that’s perfectly on point for someone her age. Which isn’t to say it’s not chic in its own way. The collar is fabulous. The hair’s really cute too – and more evidence that she’s got to land that Princess Leia movie before she ages out of the part. They’re never going to find anyone better to carry on for Carrie.

 

 

 

 

 

Style Credits:
First Look: Rodarte Los Angeles Sequin Bomber Jacket
Second Look: Miu Miu Ensemble from the Resort 2018 Collection

[Photo Credit: INSTARimages.com, Andrew Lipovsky/NBC, vogue.com, shopbop.com – Video Credit: The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon via YouTube.com]

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