Style File: Chloë Grace Moretz Cycles Through Her Options as She Makes the Rounds in New York

Posted on August 01, 2018

Girlfriend’s out there, doing the damn work. The least we could do is pay her the attention said work is all trying to secure for her.


Chloë Grace Moretz at Oculus VR Event

One thing notable about Miss Chloe’s style, which is aggressively fashionista in tone, is that she rarely repeats the same style twice in the same promo cycle. When it comes to The Youth, we tend to give them a little leeway on these matters, but when someone switches up her style every time she steps out, it speaks to us of someone who doesn’t yet know what works best for her. Saoirse Ronan is another perfect example of this.

Anyway, this is fine, we guess. It looks like her slip is hanging out, but since she’s two generations away from slips being ubiquitous, we doubt it matters to her. Still, like a lot of her promo style choices, this one feels slightly mature for her.


Chloë Grace Moretz at Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen in Christopher Kane



This is your look, dear. This is your silhouette, this is where the waist should hit on all your outfits, this is a very flattering neckline for you and this is an indication that showing off the stems will never be a bad idea for you.

Did you mark it all down like we said? Because otherwise, you’re just gonna have to listen to us bitch and complain about it for the next few years and we doubt you want that.


Chloë Grace Moretz at “The Miseducation of Cameron Post” New York Screening

Like a lot of her looks, this one’s slightly off in several ways. First, the jacket clearly doesn’t fit. It should be buttoned but obviously can’t be. Second, blouse needs more contrast, possibly even a little minor print action. Third, the square-toed silver boots are a horrifying mistake that we don’t ever want to mention let alone consider again.

She’s never dull; we’ll give the girl that.


[Photo Credit: Charles Sykes/Bravo]

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