Style Star. Maggie Gyllenhaal. How to Get the Look
Known to most as the indie starlet who made us all look twice at our bosses after her major film debut in Secretary, Maggie Gyllenhaal’s style reveals her educated eye and a sense of self-assurance uncommon in the Hollywood scene. She’s waived the de rigeur blonde hair and plastic surgeries and opted for a face that transforms from soft, natural colors or a homage to Old Hollywood style. Not one to fuss over every curl and split end, her hair follows the same classic style whether it’s chic and short or bobbed to perfection. Her affinity for vintage pieces show us she’s not afraid of taking risks like wearing bold, colorful prints, or evoking subtle sex appeal with the simple structure of knitwear. With her eclectic and delightfully sincere fashion intuition Gyllenhaal is a classic in the making.
Get Maggie’s Look:
If you like the subtlety of chiffon….
Try Trovata Portofino Chiffon Dress, $282 at eLuxury.com
Look smart in classic white…
But freshen it up with a bubble skirt that keeps the shape modern. Try a Nicole Miller Bubble Dress, $354 at NeimanMarcus.com
For sultry and strong….
Try Jean Paul Gaultier Silk Surplice Top, $995 and Stretch Pencil Skirt, $665 at Saks.com
Surround yourself in a luxurious embrace….
With a Twelfth Street wrap dress, $275 at PinkMascara.com
If you like delicate, detailed fabrics…
Try a Vanessa Bruno Double-layered silk dress, $574 from Net-a-Porter.com
–Joanne Molina Second City Style
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