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Get the Look: Tiffany Giardina

By |   May - 29 - 2009
Tiffany Giardina

Tiffany Giardina

Tiffany Giardina isn’t quite a household name yet but she may be on her way. This 15 year old singer songwriter has just released her first pop rock album, No Average Angel and it’s flying off the shelves, or onto the MP3 players, whatever the case may be. To the older ones in the crowd there’s more than a little resemblance, both personally and professionally to another young singing Tiffany. (Can the mall tour be far behind?)

If you’re a fan of this teen queen, or at least her look on the red carpet at the Jonas Brothers: 3D Concert Experience, you can adopt a similar one without spending too much cash. Ann Taylor carries a similar dress in their Cotton Pleated Neck Sheath Dress which you can cinch with a simple Elastic Stretch Patent Belt. The shoes are a comfy looking pair of simple black sandals that look rather comfortable, try the Dominique Patent High Heel Sandal to get  a similar look. Tiffany Giardina then added a little sparkle with a simple silver clutch but I think you can boost the look with one of this season’s hottest handbag trends, a snake skin envelope clutch like the Python Envelope Clutch at Ann Taylor.

Finally, Tiffany Giardina added a simple pair of silver earrings and a strange headband which I cannot seem to find anywhere, so how about trying one of these simple headbands at Wal-Mart and embellishing it yourself.

Put it all together and you’ve matched Tiffany Giardina’s look at the Jonas Brother’s red carpet premiere.

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