Dakota Fanning, 24, looks radiant as she flaunts her slender figure in a long lavender dress
Young star Dakota Fanning stuns in a simple frill lavender dress as she goes shopping with her mum.
AmoMama shares with you details of Dakota Fanning’s stunning look as she bond with her mother over shopping as reported by Daily Mail on April 22, 2018.
She’s known as the little girl who played Lucy Dawson in 2001 film drama ‘I am Sam’, but Dakota Fanning has proved that she’s not that little girl anymore. Dakota has grown to become on of the household names in Hollywood and the fashion industry.
The 24-year-old actress recently stunned in a simple Lavender frill dress that featured a low v-neck as she went shopping with her mother, Heather Joy Arrington.
Dakota showed off her slender figure and porcelain complexion in the lovely gown which was tied at the waist to emphasize her lithe waist. She sure turned heads as she walked the streets of Los Angeles.She paired the outfit with a pair of brown slip on and a pair of cat-eyed shades on her face.
Her mother, Heather, looked like Dakota in a similar navy blue dress that featured a bow knot at the waist.Heather was seen with her shades pulled up to her head and three shopping bags in her hand including a bag from Louis Vuitton.
Dakota had once discussed her mother’s influence on her career while she was doing publicity for 2013 film The Last of Robin Hood. She played the role of Beverly Aadland opposite Susan Sarandon who acted as her relentless pushy mother Florence.
For photos of Dakota and her mum, Heather, see HERE
Comparing her real-life mother to Florence, Dakota said,
‘I don’t have experiences with stage mothers. My mom was not.. The difference was Susan’s character was totally forcing Beverly to be an actress and Beverly just doesn’t really have any desire and she doesn’t care one way or another and, with me, it’s just the opposite.’
Dakota is said to feature in the upcoming Oceans 8 alongside Rihanna and other A-listers.
Heather must sure be proud of the woman Dakota is becoming.