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10 Portia Doubleday Style, Fashion & Looks

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 Wedges

Wedges

Portia Doubleday

Portia Doubleday hit the 'Carrie' red carpet wearing chic nude wedge pumps.

 Long Wavy Cut

Long Wavy Cut

Portia Doubleday

Portia Doubleday looked just like a doll with her long blond wavy hair at the Teen Vogue Young Hollywood party.

 Long Wavy Cut

Long Wavy Cut

Portia Doubleday

Portia looks very sweet and angelic with her long and wavy, strawberry blonde locks.

 Jumpsuit

Jumpsuit

Portia Doubleday

Portia Doubleday went for a modern vibe at the 'Carrie' premiere in a black-and-white jumpsuit featuring see-through side panels on the bodice.

 Leather Clutch

Leather Clutch

Portia Doubleday

Portia Doubleday accessorized her chic dress with a simple black leather clutch when she attended the Teen Vogue Young Hollywood party.

 Pumps

Pumps

Portia Doubleday

Portia opted for a pair of "Blush Patent Pumps" to play off the tone of her nude colored silk and chiffon dress. These pumps match the dress perfectly and even have a slight platform at the bottom for added height.

 Long Wavy Cut

Long Wavy Cut

Portia Doubleday

Portia Doubleday sported an edgy-glam long wavy cut during the premiere of 'Carrie.'

 Pumps

Pumps

Portia Doubleday

Portia Doubleday stepped out in super-elegant black T-strap pumps at the Teen Vogue Young Hollywood party.

 Cocktail Dress

Cocktail Dress

Portia Doubleday

Portia Doubleday looked oh-so-chic in a mesh cocktail dress during the Teen Vogue Young Hollywood party.

 Layered Cut

Layered Cut

Portia Doubleday

Portia Doubleday brings back a hint of old hollywood glamour with her honey blonde side swept locks and siren red lipstick. The nude color of her dress really makes her lips pop.

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