Old Hollywood to Club Hollywood Though she blew away the competition at the 2010 Golden Globes in curve-hugging Versace and a mod bob, reverted back to longer locks and Burlesque-inspired ensembles for date nights with love Matt Rutler.
Petite Sophisticate to Comfort Queen Gone are the days of slimming separates and styled-up red carpet appearances. Even before announcing she was going to be a “mummy”, found comfort in laid-back plaids, jean shorts and cozy basics in 2011.
Trendy to Hippie For Gimme Shelter, gained weight and chopped her locks to play a troubled youth. She also discovered a new bohemian side, swapping glitzy minis for hippie-inspired looks and edgy accessories.
Goth to Old Hollywood The self-professed “free spirit” is no stranger to change. The now-blonde Mildred Pierce lightened up her look with a dose of Old Hollywood glam, like the glittering Elie Saab column she wore to this year’s Emmys.
Sweet to Sexy When she burst on the scene as Glee’s good girl, Agron preferred feminine frocks with demure detailing. But a shaggy new do gave the buttoned-up blonde reason to experiment with a whole new sexy wardrobe in 2011.
Flowing to Figure-Flattering The always-stylish embraced her shrinking waistline and newfound body confidence with one sleek red-carpet hit after another – including a very-memorable mauve Victoria Beckham shift.
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Cute to Cutting Edge A breakout turn in Martha Marcy May Marlene catapulted Elizabeth from and ‘s little sister into the actress to watch in 2011. With that came hair and wardrobe changes that turned the once sweet-looking Elizabeth into an edgy starlet.
Matronly to Hot Mama Once favoring flowing loose gowns, was the epitome of oh, la, la chic twelve months later as she showed off her enviable figure in a white-hot Versace stunner at the 2011 Cannes Film Festival.
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