It’s always comforting to see old pictures of an ultra stylish starlet who, gasp, went through a decade of one fashion disaster after another only to totally redeem herself as a dressed-to-kill leading lady. Mila Kunis transformed her style from a teen with bad fashion on “That 70’s Show” to a bona fide beautiful star.
BUT, it didn’t happen over night. US Magazine posted these pics last week. MILA went from THIS:
Mila in 1998
Yikes! During her role one “That 70’s Show” in 2000
Mila was stunning in white in 2010
Mila at the 2011 Academy Awards lovely in lilac. A+
While Mila’s style transformation is impressive, my vote for best celebrity style Make-Over goes to Nicole Richie
Nicole starred in”The Simple Life” in 2004
Nicole transformed her STYLE from the “trashy girl next door” to……….
THE definition of boho chic complete with her own clothing line called “House of Harlow”
Her newest business venture is designing a maternity line for “Pea in the Pod”
I think style transformations are SO fun, although painful at times, because I’ve been through a few myself. In junior high I was a walking billboard for Old Navy. My closet was stocked with lame tech vests and performance fleece. High school was awkward, I dressed like a boy. In college, I had a casual 4-year-phase in Abercrombie jeans and Chico State sweatshirts. Finally, following college I worked on my fashion.
Reading style blogs, online articles, and fashion mags help (Glamour is one of my faves). A person’s style can change over night or evolve throughout years. It’s NEVER too late for the perfect dress or a flattering pair of jeans in your wardrobe. Mila & Nicole (initially with help from stylists) are perfect examples. 🙂
We all have those outfits we look back and think, “Why did I wear that!?” BUT, have you ever had a STYLE TRANSFORMATION?
Hope you had a great weekend!
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