It’s that time of year again when most of today’s hottest young stars gather and dress up to the nines for the Teen Choice Awards. Bella Thorne and Lily Collins were among the young actresses who attended the event and both these lovely ladies surely brought their A-game on in the fashion department with their respective Fausto Puglisi outfits.
Bella Thorne (left) and Lily Collins (right) at the 2013 Teen Choice Awards held at the Gibson Amphitheater, Universal city in Universal City, CA — 11 Aug 2013
Thank goodness that even though both Bella and Lily opted for the same designer and palm tree-printed pieces, they were still able to escape an awkward red carpet mishap by not going exactly identical with their choice of outfits.
Bella Thorne, the 15-year-old Disney darling, wore a long-sleeved pullover top and an A-line mini skirt both by Fausto Puglisi that she accessorized a Diane Von Furstenberg clutch bag and Candies pumps. This matching outfit perfectly suited Bella’s sweet and charming demeanor as well as the whole youthful feel of the awards show, wouldn’t you agree?
Meanwhile Lily Collins, the 24-year-old star of the upcoming film The Mortal Instruments, showed up wearing a black sleeveless top by Houghton that she paired with a Fausto Puglisi contrast-lined tail skirt. This outfit certainly gave Lily a somewhat regal look but perhaps she could’ve opted for a less matronly-looking hairdo instead, don’t you think so?
Unfortunately, these Fausto Puglisi pieces belong the 2013 Resort collection and aside from being unavailable for sale at the moment, they also cost a couple of thousand dollars. But don’t you worry because there’ll always be pieces that would closely resemble these high-end designer creations.
Check out our picks of these colorful printed skirts below and see if any of these could be a suitable alternative to Bella and Lily’s Fausto Puglisi skirts:
(L-R) Topshop ‘Cut About’ Floral Maxi Skirt in Blue Multi, $90.00
Blu Moon Wrap Skirt in Serpentine, $149.00
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