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Young guns – style vs, um, no style

Sometimes I see young celebrities – or slebs, as I like to call them, and I think, “wow, she looks great!” Such as the below, Jessica Stroup of the CW’s 90210 which just so happens to be one of my …

Tue, Jul 5, 2011, 15:00

   

Sometimes I see young celebrities – or slebs, as I like to call them, and I think, “wow, she looks great!” Such as the below, Jessica Stroup of the CW’s 90210 which just so happens to be one of my favourite guilty pleasures.

Then we have this car crash, in the form of Shenae Grimes, also of 90210 who happens to play one of my favourite characters, although I do have concerns for her without Liam:

Lately I’ve taken to tying my own shirts in this manner, but this photograph has made me rethink this tactic, and quite want to give Shenae a severe talking to.

Then, in case you haven’t seen enough soap starlets, there’s Sophia Bush, who must surely be around 35 at this rate, but in any case starred in One Tree Hill. Perhaps she still stars in it: I lost track around the time that Lucas and Nathan’s dad kidnapped someone’s nanny . . .

Now, I love this dress. I just wish she’d paired it with less clunky shoes – I feel like these ankle boots make her legs look really short and stumpy, which they are not, although, let’s face it, she’s hardly the tallest tool in the box.

I feel as if this Hailee Steinfeld photograph is a little like reading Franzen when you’ve spent the previous three weeks reading Cathy Kelly: cool, calm, collected, oh-so-stylish and weirdly age-appropriate in that it’s not overtly sexy or revealing. Steinfeld is definitely going places, and not just into a Miu Miu ad.

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