Holland Roden In Alice + Olivia – NYLON Magazine August Issue Launch Party

Tuesday night Holland Roden attended the NYLON Magazine August Issue Launch Party in Hollywood.

The ‘Teen Wolf’ actress wore an Alice + Olivia lace top and a yellow bubble skirt. I think the ensemble looks very sweet and fresh on the young actress, especially with her red lip and loose hairstyle.

Without a doubt my favorite part of Holland’s outfit are her accessories. The actress accented her Alice + Olivia get-up with Alexandre Birman peep-toe heels and a Dannijo bib necklace.

The necklace in particular keeps the look very current without seeming too trendy.

Do you like Holland’s look? Or do you think she should have gone with something a little more sophisticated?

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  • Revi

    Honey, what where you thinking when you wore this? You know better than that.

    • Revi


  • Courtney Grace

    Although I don’t love the styling, I think it is appropriate for the event. Nylon is all about making outfits your own and that is what Holland did.

  • I think this is wonderful, she’s beautiful.

  • bm

    I really wished she chose the runway look, I bet that blue color suit her so well.

  • Christine

    I wish the skirt was in a different color.

    • Yeliz

      I agree.

  • Rash

    I would have preferred a darker top. Right now the yellow and lace top aren’t blending one bit.
    Rest of the look is very fresh , with all cleverly chosen perfect accessories !

  • Kathy

    I’m not crazy about this look. The bib necklace (which I thought was a Peter Pan collar at first) looks rather off with the satin-y skirt. I prefer the top on the model and I would’ve liked to see a belt.

  • Alina

    I don’t think this look flatters her body.

    • dee


    • Grace

      I get the theory behind this look, but the execution is lacking. The proportions are all wrong.

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