Fame10 Fashion Evolution: Shailene Woodley

  
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Teen Choice Awards – 2010

It looks as though Shailene Woodley was trying to dress her age at the 2010 Teen Choice Awards. She donned this short black mini-dress, which really showed off her long, lean legs. The only problems we see with this outfit are with the sleeves and the heels. However, in spite of these obvious flaws, we think this ensemble is a step in the right direction. The big question now is can she keep it up? We’re guessing that she can’t, but that remains to be seen.

At this point, “The Secret Life of an American Teenager” was still going strong. Although it didn’t initially receive good reviews from critics, developments in season two were well received. It also didn’t hurt that the show continued to bring in a lot of viewers, thus cementing Woodley’s popularity amongst teens and adults. We don’t think that she was quite satisfied with television though.

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The BFI London Film Festival: The Descendants Premiere – 2011

The young American actress attended the premiere of “The Descendants” at the BFI London Film Festival wearing a strapless Christian Dior Fall 2011 mini-dress, which featured an embroidered bodice and a ruffled tulle skirt. She accessorized with Christian Dior Fall 2011 runway heels. We think the dress looks nice; however, we’re not sure it is well suited with the heels. Putting something a little less ornate on her feet would have probably looked better.

In “The Descendants,” Shailene Woodley played George Clooney’s character’s troubled daughter Alex. Her performance received positive reviews from critics. A.O. Scott from The New York Times wrote that “Ms. Woodley..[gives]..one of the toughest, smartest, most credible adolescent performances in recent memory.” In addition, she also received a Golden Globe nomination for Best Supporting Actress – Motion Picture and took home the Independent Spirit Award for Best Supporting Female. Nylon Magazine also featured the up and coming star in their “Young Hollywood Issue.”

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