10 Eclectic Looks from Chloe Grace Moretz
We first fell in love with Chloe Grace Moretz in the 2005 remake of “The Amityville Horror.” Her laid-back, cool-girl attitude translates to her sense of style and landed her on People magazine’s best dressed list. Lucky for us, she stepped into the spotlight for her summer hits “If I Stay” and “Equalizer,” giving us inspiration for our own wardrobes. Check out our favorite looks.
Dress Up A Sweatshirt
Sweatshirts are finally having their moment in the style spotlight, and we’re all for Chloe’s take on the trend. Dress up your comfy clothes for serious street style points. Hint: Always pair your sweatshirt or joggers—also totally on trend—with a structured or girly separate to avoid looking sloppy.
Mixing high- and low-end, or casual and formal pieces, is a great way to change up your everyday look. Chloe mixed a cotton T-shirt with an embroidered A-line skirt and heels for a dressy yet casual outfit.
Borrow from the Boys
Chloe looks cute and comfortable in a button-down shirt and pair of black skinnies, cuffed to show off her sneakers. Hint: Rock a button-down shirt a bit loose and buttoned all the way; roll the sleeves to keep it from looking stuffy.
Sheer can be a tricky trend to wear, but Chloe aced the test with this subtle dress. The key to rocking sheer is keeping it modest. Show a little below the hem of skirts and dresses, or small cutouts around the shoulder. These are great ways to show off a bit of skin while still being appropriate.
Chloe proves that you don’t have to be dressed to the nines in order to look amazing. We love her wordy tee and skinny jean look (and it’s totally something we’d live in on our days off). Look for a graphic tee in a looser fit and half-tuck it into your skinnies to give a bit of shape.
Give Ladylike A Modern Twist
Details really do make the difference. The feminine motif gives this shift dress ladylike appeal, while the strong collar and yoke incorporate a bit of menswear to keep it modern. Simple shoes and minimal accessories allow the dress to take center stage.
Shades of Monochrome
Keep it in the family with a monochromatic color scheme, such as this pant and top combo. Although these shades call to mind Valentine’s Day, it totally works on her thanks to the classic silhouettes. Keep the rest of the look simple and limit your accessories.
Matching separates don’t have to be childish: Chloe proves that pre-planned outfits can be totally fashion-forward and interesting. We love the proportions of her crop-top and maxi combo. Bonus: Get more mileage by mixing and matching your separates with other items in your wardrobe.
Play With Proportions
We love a good play on proportions. Chloe’s high-waisted pants and cropped top elongate her legs, and the ruffles on her shoulders add volume to the top. Tip: Team high-waisted pants with a pair of heels for the illusion of extra long legs.
Nautical never looked so good. Chloe’s seaside ensemble is perfect for a breezy beach day. We love the subtle texture of the crocheted waistband. The all-white color scheme keeps this outfit from looking kitschy.