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AnnaSophia Robb's 'saucy' style

Published 05/03/2014

AnnaSophia Robb
AnnaSophia Robb

AnnaSophia Robb had to "come of age" before she could dress in BCBG Max Azria.

The actress plays a young Carrie Bradshaw in The Carrie Diaries, meaning she's always showing off fun '80s fashion on screen.

With her name truly cemented as a style icon, the 20-year-old is invited to some of the most fashionable events around.

AnnaSophia attended BCBG Max Azria's intimate dinner on Monday to celebrate the label's sponsorship of the 2014 Whitney Biennial.

It reminded the pretty blonde of her first experiences with the brand.

“My very first high school dance, I got BCBG shoes,” she reminisced to WWD. “And then my first prom, I tried on a few BCBG dresses and I fell in love with this one, but it was a little too saucy for me. Now, I am of age.”

Now the starlet is old enough for any look she likes, which she proved on Monday by dressing top-to-toe in the brand.

She wore a beautiful structured monochrome jacket with exaggerated shoulders and underneath put on a sheer lacy black top, which flashed her black bra.

AnnaSophia finished the look off with a black and white miniskirt and gorgeous black strappy heels.

Model-and-actress Padma Lakshmi was also at the stylish event and opted for a strapless grey top and skinny leather trousers.

She weighed in on Sunday's Oscars and which looks she loved the most.

“It was a great Oscars, but not fashionwise,” she mused.

However, she did have some favourites from the looks on offer.

“I mean, Kate Hudson, Charlize Theron, Lupita [Nyong’o]...” she listed.

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