Best Dressed Female Celebrities in Their 30s

By the time most female celebrities have reached their 30s, they have established a style that is their very own. Some celebrities are more successful at this than others and the fact that they are in the public eye and on the red carpet make them vulnerable to critics and especially the Fashion Police.

Nicole Richie

Nicole has come a long way since her days with Paris Hilton. She has her own clothing line, House of Harlow, but beyond that she has matured into a woman with great fashion style and sense. She has made California casual a fashion statement. Recently she was spotted in St. Tropez sporting a casual but uber stylish Givenchy look with paisley. At the CFDA Fashion Awards in June 2013, she was stunning in a Marc Jacobs bronze long dress from his Fall 2013 collection.

Duchess Kate

While Catherine is not your average celebrity, she has shown that she has a flawless sense when it comes to what to wear and when to wear it. Even as she left the hospital after giving birth to Prince George and Princess Charlotte, she was stylishly and practically dressed. She even managed to give a tribute to her late mother-in-law Princess Diana with the polka dots. She made being pregnant and wearing maternity clothes a fashion statement and has done a great deal to promote British fashion designers.

Anne Hathaway

The world has watched Anne Hathaway evolve from the young girl of the Princess Diaries into a very fashionable young woman. At 30, she has found a look that works for her with short hair and designer dresses. For the 2013 Oscars, where she won the Best Supporting Actress award, she wore Prada and though it was perhaps not the wisest choice, she looked lovely in it. Anne_Hathaway_2011

Mila Kunis

Mila has shown that she is not only a talented actress but the sexiest woman in the world. Her style and fashion sense has evolved over the years since she starred in “That 70s Show.” The dress that she chose for the 2011 Academy Awards show was among the best of that year. It was a lilac long dress by Elie Saab. At the premier of her movie “Oz-The Great and Powerful,” she wore an Alexander McQueen dress in gray and black. It has multiple tiers on the long skirt. It was a conservative choice that showed off her more mature style.

Jessica Alba

Jessica Alba hasn’t let being a mom and founding The Honest Company get in the way of her fashion sense. She has always been style conscious and nothing has changed on that front. She was recently seen adopting a retro style of flared jeans and platform shoes. At the Spike TV Guts Choice Awards in June, she was unusually sexy in a bright yellow Versace short dress that really showed off her legs and great shape.

Angelina Jolie

Angelina is not often in the public eye. She and partner Brad Pitt have chosen to raise their children out of the glare of publicity as much as possible, but when she does hit the red carpet, she is stunning. Who can forget her appearance at the 2012 Oscars? In her black Atelier Versace gown, with the slit that allowed her to show off her very attractive right leg, which seems to have developed a following of its own.

Natalie Portman

Natalie Portman has been always been stylish, but her relationship with Dior has taken her to a whole new level. She is now seen on the red carpet almost exclusively in Dior both couture and vintage and it has been well received by most fashion critics. In June 2013, she received raves for her two-tone red Dior dress that she wore to The LA Dance Project Benefit Gala. She obviously loved the dress because the following week she wore it again in Tokyo.

When it comes to best dressed female celebrities in their 30s, it is hard to narrow down the choices.Included are just a few of the very stylish 30-something celebrities whose style and fashion sense is legendary. Those not mentioned include  Kate Hudson, Beyonce, Maggie Gyllenhaal, Rachel McAdams and Katie Holmes.

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