Who doesn’t adore Cara Delevingne? Queen of the catwalk, and now the big screen, the model/actress is a global superstar. And of course everyone knows she’s the poster girl for thick natural eyebrows. She’s also one of the most stylish young stars on the planet; she can pull of any look, from tomboy to high octane glamour, and always looks absolutely stunning. So here’s my pick of some of my favourite outfits of Cara’s…
I love this edgy tomboy look, although its casual and comfortable it flatters her amazing figure and the leather jacket and boots add a tough edge. And her quirky black and white skinny jeans add interest to an otherwise all black outfit. Paired with sleek hair and simplistic makeup, this look makes Cara look punk and grungy, but also very casual. And I love that Guns and Roses t-shirt.
This is Cara with her gorgeous girlfriend, singer St. Vincent, and don’t they both look stunning. A step away from her edgy look, this simple white gown looks effortlessly beautiful, and has a Grecian goddess look about it, emphasised by the soft wavy hair. I also adore the statement necklace which adds interest to the look, and the green pairs beautifully with her eyes.
This is a great red carpet outfit (or pink carpet, as she’s at the Victoria’s Secret fashion show) as its sophisticated and sexy, but also works with her edgy outgoing personality. This sleek black mini dress makes her figure look gorgeous, but pairing it with chunky black boots is not something usually seen on the red carpet. However Cara rocks this unique look, and it reflects her unique personality.
Without a doubt, this is my favourite outfit Cara has worn, she looks beyond stunning. This figure hugging black dress is subdued but incredibly elegant and seductive, and the shoulder padding adds a sense of toughness to an otherwise feminine look. The delicate silver jewellry and retro red lips truly make Cara look like a movie star, and her hair is styled absolutely beautifully.
Its fair to say that Cara is definitely the Queen of Fashion.
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