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April 14, 2011  | by: Sydney Scott

Emma Roberts

Emma Roberts has proved that she is more than just another privileged child from a family of actors. Her dad may be Eric Roberts and her aunt may be Julia Roberts, but Emma has carved out a place all her own.

She’s proved that she has acting chops in It’s Kind of a Funny Story, Lymelife and her upcoming film Scream 4, but now she’s making a name for herself in the fashion world. Emma is emerging as one of the new young fresh faces with a style all her own.

When she’s not on the red carpet she sports laidback, youthful bohemian looks with a bit of edge.  She’s been seen rocking combat boots, raybans, and a fedora while strolling about LA and running errands. On the red carpet she can be seen in pleated floral maxi dresses inspired by the bohemian look she loves or short feminine, whimsical dresses that make the young actress look like the sophisticated young woman she is.

Emma also doesn’t shy away from new looks. She’s been seen wearing amazing all black ensembles complete with leather jackets and body chains. She pairs cropped denim jackets with delicate maxi dresses and sheer blouses with menswear inspired pants.

There’s no doubt that while her acting career continues to blossom so will her style.

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