Fame10 Fashion Evolution: Shailene Woodley
Shailene Woodley has a lot going for her. She’s obviously talented, quite pretty and, when it comes to new age health tips, she’s got everyone beat. There is one thing she struggles with though and that’s fashion. She just doesn’t seem get it and we don’t think she cares. She’d rather be trying to figure out new ways to live off the land. We really wish she’d put slightly more effort into her red carpet appearances – she has a lot of potential and it seems a bit wasted. Part of playing the game means looking part. Join us as we take a look at Woodley’s fashion evolution!
American Music Awards – 2008
Shailene Woodley attended the 2008 American Music Awards wearing this gray pleated Christian Siriano Spring 2009 dress with heels that featured chiffon ruffled details. We’re not sure how to feel about the dress. It’s nice enough, we guess, but it just doesn’t seem to suit her or fit her that well. There are so many problems with this outfit. The dress looks a bit long and it doesn’t appear to be tailored to her body. The shoes are another problem. The chiffon details are a little too much.
In 2008, Woodley’s career was still in its infancy. She had guest starred on a number of different television shows, including “The District,” “Crossing Jordan,” “The O.C.” and “Jack and Bobby.” Her big TV break came when she landed the role of Amy Juergens on “The Secret Life of an American Teenager.” While the show initially received mixed reviews from critics, it was well received among female and teenage viewers.
Teen Choice Awards – 2009
Who knew that the “The Secret Life of an American Teenager” star had such a rocking bod! She showed up at the 2009 Teen Choice Awards wearing this printed top and high waisted shorts with a color-coordinated belt. We personally can’t believe the pins on this one – she could easily have been a model. Unfortunately, she is still having major problems with her style. We like the shorts – from what we can see. However, the blouse is awful and the belt looks even worse. She has so much potential, but it seems wasted.
Here’s a little fun fact about Shailene Woodley: Before Willa Holland took over the role of Kaitlin Cooper, Marissa Cooper’s younger sister (played by Mischa Barton) on “The O.C.,” Woodley had the part. We think they made the right choice, going with Holland though. It is hard to imagine Woodley being so manipulative and so capable of plotting against the ones she loves.