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FRUGAL FASHION

Get the look: 'We're the Millers' star Emma Roberts

January 31, 2013|By Jenn Harris
  • Actress Emma Roberts attends the Sean Penn and Friends Help Haiti Home Gala at the Montage Hotel in Los Angeles.
Actress Emma Roberts attends the Sean Penn and Friends Help Haiti Home Gala… (Imeh Akpanudosen / Getty…)

Actress Emma Roberts, the niece of superstar Julia Roberts, has blossomed into a fashion chameleon, but she wasn't always so glamorous. The young star started out on the red carpet for her aunt's movies in screen print shirts and cargo pants. She's since starred in her own impressive list of films and adopted the roll of fashionable socialite, hitting parties in outfits that range from androgynous and daring to ultra femme and dainty.

Roberts, who can next be seen with Jason Sudeikis and Jennifer Aniston in the upcoming film "We're the Millers," slated to open August 2013, recently made an appearance at the second annual Sean Penn and Friends Help Haiti Home Gala at the Montage Hotel in Los Angeles. For the benefit, Roberts chose an Emporio Armani outfit, shoes by Nicholas Kirkwood, earrings by Le Vian, a Liv Haley pave disk ring and a Christian Louboutin purse. The look was decidedly more "grown up" than a cocktail dress, but still age appropriate for the 21-year-old Roberts. 

For a similar look, try the Laundry by Shelli Segal white satin blouse from Last Call by Neiman Marcus for $76.80 with the Ark & Co. pastel blazer from Boutiquetoyou.com for $90 and the Armani Exchange draped pant at ArmaniExchange.com for $79.

Finish with the Sofft Festival bow pump in black from Nordstrom.com for $119.95 and a plain black clutch.

Happy shopping.

Have an outfit you're dying to buy but need a frugal alternative? Email us a picture at image@latimes.com. We're up for the challenge.

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