Fact: I have a mild (ok, full-blown) obsession with a fifteen-year-old's style. And yep, I'm absolutely talking about Kiernan Shipka, who attended an LA museum gala on Saturday, according to The Daily Mail, and added another amaze dress to her already lengthy perfect fashion resume. I literally have #noshame about this one at all.
After making a serious mark on Paris Fashion Week, Shipka flew back across the pond to attend the 13th Annual Gala in the Garden at the Hammer Museum in Los Angeles, and she wore a dress that was 1. Elegant enough for a gala, 2. Age appropriate, and 3. Still totally showed her edgy fashion personality. Because she can literally do no wrong when it comes to style.
The Mad Men actress wore a strapless, tea-length black and blue dress with spherical prints all over the skirt. It was bold enough to be interesting, but not so much that it would be inappropriate for a classy event. Shipka kept her accessories simple, but paired the frock with black pumps with adorbs bows on the front, and wore her blonde hair straight with the front pieces pulled back. I give her so much cred for nailing her style so young.
I'm not usually a fan of black and blue, but she's convincing me I need to reverse that opinion, STAT.
Can't get enough of her style, either? Check out seven other times Shipka rocked a patterned dress, proving she's totally the queen of patterns.
1. Teen Vogue Party
There's so much going on in this dress. And it's so right.
2. Paris Fashion Week
Shipka's lace, multi-colored, patterned dress definitely stole the show at PFW for me.
3. 2015 Emmys
This Dior is hands down my favorite of all time. And I will absolutely be wearing a mini dress over pants and looking like an idiot trying to copy her. I'm not even sorry.
4. BAFTA L.A. Tea Party
This dress was made for a tea party.
5. Confidential Women Of Influence Celebration
This Giambattista Valli dress was the definition of spring.
6. Coach Party
BRB, dying over that neck scarf.
7. Fragrance Foundation Awards
She made floral look anything but basic.