Belfast Telegraph

Monday 26 January 2015

Vanessa Hudgens talks mixed-up style

Vanessa Hudgens
Vanessa Hudgens
Vanessa Hudgens
Vanessa Hudgens
Vanessa Hudgens
Vanessa Hudgens
Vanessa Hudgens
Vanessa Hudgens

Vanessa Hudgens' fashion choices are "all over the place" at the moment.

The actress chatted about her evolving style at the DVF Loves Roxy launch event at the Roxy store in New York City last night.

The Spring Breakers star looked sophisticated and stylish dressed in high-waisted skinny black jeans, a grey tank top and a cream blazer with black piping.

Vanessa worries her look isn't always so pulled together.

“I’m so all over the place with my fashion," Vanessa confessed to "Some days I’ll wanna dress like super chic and minimal, and other days I’ll wanna layer as many necklaces as I can.”

The 24-year-old added a pair of cool snakeskin high heels and some statement jewellery to complete her outfit.

This included Palladium rings on her fingers and a long chain necklace that drew the eye down.

A casual tousled hair style and natural make-up completed her look.

Vanessa listed which designers are her current favourites for more dressy occasions.

“For the red carpet Jenny Packham is always amazing," Vanessa gushed. "Naeem Khan I’ve been wearing a bunch of his dresses. There’s just so many amazing designers in the world!”

The former High School Musical star has had an image overhaul recently. In January she showed off a new shorter hair style and in February she rocked a colourful Naeem Khan thigh-split dress on the red carpet for the premiere of Spring Breakers.

Vanessa attended the Alice + Olivia Fall/Winter 13 presentation during New York Fashion Week where she revealed more about her evolving style.

“It’s literally, like, whatever I gravitate towards. I love everything," Vanessa told HollywoodLife. "I love playing with themes, eras, whatever I can do to spice it up and make it fun.”

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