Celebrity Style Steal: Nikki Reed

Photo Credits: (zimbio.com)


Dive your fangs into the latest monochromatic black and white trend this summer for a classic, put together look.Pictured above is the “Twilight” Series co-star Mrs. Nikki Reed- (or shall we say Mrs. Nikki Somerhalder?) at the 2014 Young Artist Award. For our girls who aren’t big fans of neons and pastels this summer, we’ve got you covered!


Nikki flawlessly showcases the black and white trend with this classic crop top and midi- skirt duo. The halter neck line shows off her fabulous shoulders to add some sexiness to this conservative look. The little hints of white on the lower band of her crop top, her shoes, and her purse completes this effortless look and makes Mrs.Reed look very put together.


Although this look is not a Show Stopping, glam look it is perfect for being sexy in a subtle way. You know what they say- less is more. The form fitting midi skirt elongates Nikki’s already long legs, and gives her a flattering, curvy look. This outfit would be perfect for an expensive dinner date, or any party!

Lucky for you, Solidify’D has this stunning red carpet look for less! The “Milliscent Top” available now is only $24.99 has the same colorblock white and black look with an attached pearl necklace for that extra flare! You can purchase it by itself to create your own classic look.


Pair it with shorts, jeans, or If you desperately crave Nikki Reed’s look, we also have her gorgeous midi skirt “The Audrianna Skirt” for only $18.99. Yes- we are saying you can purchase this entire ensemble for only $44! Mix and match the outfit to create numerous looks from casual, to date night ready!


Whatever your fashion dilemma is- Solidify’D has the perfect look for you!




Milly Grace from Truthfullyclassy is a fashion and beauty youtuber, lifestyle blogger, and aspiring entrepreneur. Her life goal is to empower others to follow their dream and have a walk in closet full of shoes, pleather skirts, and glitter.


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