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Storm Reid Makes A Case For Bubble Pigtails On The Red Carpet

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The actress wore a '90s-inspired getup to the 'Spider-Man Far From Home' premiere

Yesterday evening's Los Angeles premiere of Spider-Man: Far From Home brought plenty of Spidey-inspired looks to the red carpet, from Zendaya's gorgeous Armani Privé gown to Donavan Mitchell's Marvel Adidas sneakers. However, one look caught our eyes in particular, but it was much more futuristic Sporty Spice than Spider-Man, and came courtesy of Storm Reid.

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The A Wrinkle In Time actress attended last night's event wearing a full '90s-inspired Prada look, featuring black, low-rise trousers and a cropped bubblegum pink mock neck, complete with a sporty zipper. While she accented her look with simple white pumps and dainty, floral pavé earrings, it was her beauty choices that took her look to the next level.

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The actress slicked down her hair into two low pigtails, each sectioned off with silver hair bands to create a bubble-like effect. To complete her look, she wore a fierce black cat eye, accented with a swipe of slime green underneath. (As if we needed another reason to love the season's hottest color.)

Excuse me while I grow all of my hair out so I, too, can rock bubble pigtails.

Spider-Man: Far From Home hits theaters July 2.

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