Dress Like a Celebrity: Dakota Johnson

Dress Like a Celebrity: Dakota Johnson

In this edition of Dress Like a Celebrity we will look at Dakota Johnson. Johnson is a fairly young woman in Hollywood; she is only twenty five. But, she already has many movies and magazine spreads to her credit. She is the daughter of Don Johnson, of Miami Vice, and Melanie Griffith, of Working Girl. She will take on the adventurous role of Anastasia Steele in Fifty Shades of Grey in February. For those that have not read the trilogy, or have lived under a rock for a few years, this movie will be quite sensual. Given who Dakota’s parents are, she will make a great showing. This will be the pinnacle of her career according to some. But this model and actress is more than just a pretty face. She is remarkably stylish as well. 

Dakota seems like she could be the girl next door in some of her photos and in others she looks almost unapproachable. She looks like a comfortable free spirit in this flowered three quarter sleeve summer frock, and sneakers. But she looks fierce in the black velour-like slip dress to the right.

You can get this look. Here are a few vintage dresses from the WardrobeShop.com that are soft and slinky and just the way Dakota would have it.

The first dress that looks like something she would wear is. This beaded and embellished cocktail dress would be perfect on any red carpet or after party.

This coppery sheath dress is perfect for the opening premier of her new movie, just in case you were planning to attend the event. This dress is even called "Come and Get Me," rather fitting for the way Ana is chased by Christian!

For a more girl-next-door look, this fairy dress is just the piece or maybe something a little bolder in color like this chiffon number.

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Whether Fifty Shades is something you want to read or watch or not. Dakota Johnson is a beautiful young woman with a great taste in clothing.


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