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10 Reasons Why Elizabeth Banks is the Best Dressed Celebrity Mom (Photos)

By Sunny Chanel |

Elizabeth Banks Brings the Color

Elizabeth Banks has been ridiculously busy this year. She’s has three big films that she’s been promoting – The Hunger Games, What to Expect When You Are Expecting and the upcoming People Like Us (which opens June 29th). You’d think with a grueling schedule like that, she’d look a little worse for the wear. But no, Elizabeth Banks looks better than ever, and seriously chic and fashionable to boot.

We  love Elizabeth Banks’ style. She’s daring, supports small and big designers, takes fashion chances and isn’t a afraid of color. From hitting  The Hunger Games red carpet in Marc Jacobs to the Met Gala in Mary Katrantzou, she makes a strong fashion statement everywhere she goes.  But it wasn’t always that easy for Ms. Banks.

She spoke to Lucky about growing up in Western Massachusetts, “I got zero fashion inspiration. I grew up in a very small town—we didn’t have a mall until I was a teenager. It was only one story, and it was not a place you went on a Friday night. We had a JC Penney, Sears, and TJ Maxx. So if you looked in Vogue and tried to approximate something you’d see in Vogue, you’d go to TJ Maxx and spend five hours looking through the racks.”

Yes, she’s come a long way. Check out 10 of her best looks like right:

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Elizabeth Banks - Fashion Icon! (Photos)

Elizabeth Banks in Elie Saab

For the 2012 MTV Movie awards, Elizabeth wore a Elie Saab pant suit with lace details.

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Since 2007 Sunny Chanel has written thousands of pieces for Babble. She currently writes for Babble's celebrity, moms, and Disney voices sections and has her own blog aptly named Sunny Chanel. You can find Sunny on Twitter, Google+, Pinterest and StumbleUpon. Read bio and latest posts → Read Sunny's latest posts →

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