Get 11-Year-Old 'Hunger Games' Star Willow Shields' Style — Here's How

Thu, March 29, 2012 4:40pm EST by 1 Comment
Willow Shields Style

Rising Hollywood starlet Willow went on a cute kids’ style shopping spree, and we have all the details on how to get her fashion-forward look!

The Hunger Games star Willow Shields, who plays Primrose Everdeen, is loving the on-trend, warm-weather pieces at The Children’s Place. Find out how YOU can get her cute kid style!

While shopping at The Children’s Place in LA on March 12, Willow opted for bright colors, dressy pieces and playful prints.

Here’s what Willow picked out:

  • Skinny jeans in purple, white and pink ($19.95)
  • Bejeweled Plaid Headband ($4.50)
  • Floral Beach Hat ($9.95)
  • Sequin Skirt ($29.95)
  • Tiered Skirt ($16.95)
  • Gladiator Flats ($19.95)
What do YOU think of Willow’s cute style, HollyMoms?

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Elllie Joy

Posted at 11:07 PM on April 12, 2012  

I’m eleven, and I’m gonna be twelve on June 15th, and girls my age are dressing inappropriate and nasty! So, I’m glad that willow is the one who sticks out and dresses appropriately and cute!! I love what she’s wearing in the pic. That’s usually what I wear. Just skinny jeans, a stylish shirt, and either converse or flats. It’s just a cute dashion, and it’s MUCH better than how other girls my age are dressing these days! Thanks willow/PrimRose!!:):)

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