Top 10 fiercest Kristen Stewart looks

Kstew's grungy tomboy chic is pure #StyleGoals


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Kristen Stewart, most famous for her role as Bella Swan in Twilight and being one of Hollywood’s most high profile LGBT actors, has always had her own individual and sexy style – grungy, tomboy chic – and no one pulls it off better than her. Her mysterious and laidback persona, paired with her style choices more often than not make her the coolest girl on the red carpet. Here are some of Kristen’s fiercest looks from over the years for you to enjoy.

 

1. We love casual and chic Kristen! This is how we’d all aspire to look stepping off the curb every day.

 

2. Kristen looked like a rockstar at Sundance Film Festival 2017. It doesn’t get much cooler than this!

 

3. All in black is where it’s at in this tomboy inspired jacket and suit combo. Serious suit goals!

 

4. Kristen has never been one to do boring and her red eyeshadow at the Cannes Films festival was bold and risky, but she pulled it off. Seriously…wow!

 

5. Here in her natural habitat of skinny jeans and a tee, she is the epitome of cool.

 

6. How incredible did Kristen look at a Chanel dinner in Los Angeles? Her dramatic eye look and yellow hair was a dreamy combination.

 

7. Kristen looks amazing in leather pants. Definitely pulling them off, which not many people can do! Still going to be adding a pair to our wish list!

 

8. Knockout stare.

 

9. Her cool girl buzzcut and bleached blond hair was a fearless and daring look. Her simple black bralette and high-waisted trousers kept the attention on her new ‘do and smoky eyes. We love!

 

10. How has she managed to look kickass and rebellious in a floral suit? Bold, sassy and sexy - this look sums her up.

 

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