Ashley Greene Style Breakdown – What’s Right, What’s Wrong + How to Fix It
Ashley Greene doesn’t get as much attention as her ‘Twilight’ co-star Kristen Stewart, but Greene is talented, adorable and stylish. While her red carpet gowns are not as daring as her fellow Twilighter, they are stunning.
This white, ruched Donna Karan, worn to the 2012 Met Ball, showed Greene to be quite a vision.
When she goes casual, she is often right on trend, too. Here, she paired a bright red bag and shimmery blazer with grey skinnies and men’s Oxfords.
She favors designer Donna Karan and wore this fluffy, femme confection in a blush shade to a ‘Twilight’ premiere. Pretty, pretty and pretty. Notice it mirrored her 2012 Met Ball dress…
Airport chic! No velour tracksuits for Greene. Instead, she donned dark rinse skinnies that hit at the ankle, paired with a denim jacket and a statement bag. She was totally on trend.
Greene sparkled in a body con gold Monique Lhuillier dress, which paired perfectly with her glossy dark locks.
The actress also favors the color white, and it’s a fine choice for her porcelain skin and red hair, no matter how intense or muted the hue.
Her black and gold Marchesa gown, worn at the 2013 Met Gala, swallowed her with its volume. It was edgy, but it ate the petite actress alive. You see the dress, not the person wearing it. That’s a major no-no in fashion.
This sheer, lacy pantsuit was more K. Stew than A. Greene. Unfortunately, Greene didn’t rock it confidently and it just hung on her frame. Those overly long, Morticia Addams sleeves needed a hem, too.
This white frock with a black sash was a little zzzzzz.
This belted, keyhole-style, Grecian goddess white gown by Giambatista Valli didn’t do anything for Greene, either. It was a bit boring on her. It would have been better served on a curvier, bustier girl.
How to Fix It:
She needs to keep those locks fiery red!
As long as she is polished, fitted and pulled together, like so, she’ll continue to catch our eyes when she is on the carpet or whether she is out and about, shopping, promoting, working or hanging out.