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The stunning Vanessa Hudgens, 24, is almost done making her Spring Breakers press rounds, but she continues to impress us with her spectacular fashion sense! Showing off on The Tonight With Jay Leno on Mar. 20, she wore a vibrant, beaded frock by Alive + Olivia — and the star has never looked sunnier! The star covered up a little bit more in this ensemble compared to the dress she wore on Chelsea Lately. Vanessa has certainly developed an incredible fashion sense over the last few weeks.
Vanessa’s fellow costar Selena Gomez, 20, has also evolved into quite the fashionista! The starlet rocked an Emilio Pucci sequin mini for her promotional appearance on The Late Show with David Letterman on Mar. 18. Selena has stunned us with a slew of adorable frocks and casual get-ups. The young star has developed such a sophisticated style and we can not wait to see what she dons next!
Dianne Kruger, 36, has never looked more regal! The star stunned in a Thakoon ensemble at the premiere of The Host in LA. The black frock was sleeveless and had a revealing sheer detailing along the sides. The frock was embellished with floral appliqués and had a floral, dandelion print that was embroidered. We were shocked to see Diane finally stun us with her sexy side. Hopefully there is only more to come!
Looking age appropriate and chic was Bella Thorne, 15, who also attending The Host premiere. The strapless dress by Alive + Olivia was also rocked by no other than Mena Suvari — and Bella’s dress was similar to the one she donned at the Spring Breakers premiere! This dress had an adorable A-line silhouette. Bella has a blooming fashion sense in the making and we are eager to watch it evolve.
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