These ladies may still be teens, but they have some impressive resume’s. They have starred in serious films, in very adult roles. The talented actresses are already quite grown up; they handle interviews with poise and they certainly know how to dress.

Chloe Moretz and Vaneli Lassie

At only 14 years old, Chloe Moretz has played an assassin, a vampire, and your average sixth grader. Her versatility will do her well in acting and I’m sure that she will become a superstar; she already has superstar style down pat. Here she looks amazing,  yet age appropriate in her black bubble dress and nude patent leather strappy sandals, similar to the Vaneli for Jildor Lassie. The Vaneli sandals have a more modest heel but would still look just as lovely.

Dakota Fanning and Pour La Victoire Irina II

Seventeen year old Dakota has been acting for over a decade. She got her start with a Tide commercial and has done over two dozen movies since. She has starred alongside the biggest names in Hollywood, and she is one of the most sought after young stars in the business. She started NYU this fall after securing early admission but that hasn’t slowed her down. Here, she is seen at “The Runaway’s” premier pairing a sparkly green dress with fierce black snakeskin pumps, similar to the Pour La Victoire Irina II. The Pour La Victoire pumps are a must if you are looking to spice up your footwear collection.

Abigail Breslin and Stuart Weitzman Platswoon

At ten years old Abigail Breslin became one of the youngest actresses ever nominated for an Oscar. Now 15, she has starred in hit movies such as “My Sister’s Keeper”, “Little Miss Sunshine” and “Zombieland”. A top-earner in young Hollywood, she has a bright future ahead of her; even brighter than the bold orange dress she wore to the ELLE Magazine ‘Women in Hollywood’ tribute. The trendy young star knows that her vibrant ensemble is best paired with simpler pumps. She chose a pair similar to the Stuart Weitzman Platswoon. The Stuart Weitzman pumps may be muted, but they are anything but basic.

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