Chloe Mortez’s ‘Carrie’ Premiere Dress: Was It Stylish Or Spooky?

Tue, October 8, 2013 10:47am EDT by 7 Comments

The teen wowed fans in a dress that had a vintage, (and kind of costume-like!), vibe on the red carpet. Did you like her flowing forest-green frock? VOTE.

Chloe Moretz was dressed to impress in a Valentino gown when she attended the Carrie LA premiere on Oct. 7. The 16-year-old slipped into an extremely eye-catching designer dress that made her look youthful and elegant. The young actress definitely made a daring decision for her red carpet look, but is it to die for or kind of a disaster? We kinda love how it has a creepy vibe which is so consistent with the gown.

Chloe Moretz’s ‘Carrie’ Premiere Dress:

The star selected a vintage-inspired Valentino gown with a gorgeous, green hue for the special occasion. The dress featured a conservative silhouette, (which is appropriate for the teen), and a dandelion print that added a youthful, fun aspect to the look. The floor-length frock elongated her frame while the lace underlay added an eye-catching embellishment. Chloe completed the look with a sexy side-ponytail that featured intricate braids and gold rings on each finger.

Her striking yet different designer dress matched the theme of her new horror movie — and the Halloween season! Although the young actress was gorgeous and the Valentino gown was beautifully made, it was not the most flattering on Chloe. The flowy shape of the dress didn’t accentuate her assets and the color definitely drowned out her gorgeously glowing make-up. We wish she would’ve opted for a brighter, more bubbly choice to match her young, fun attitude — but we do love that she stuck to the spooky theme. Besides her dress selection, Chloe look absolutely amazing! Is Chloe’s premiere look stylish or scary? Tell us what you think!

– Ciara Ward

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