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August 3, 2013

Style Crush Saturday: Sarah Hyland



Style Crush:  Sarah Hyland
Known For:  Actress; Her role as Hayley Dunphy on Modern Family
Style:  Feminine, Glamorous, Chic




This week's Style Crush is Sarah Hyland.  Sarah Hyland is an American actress best known for her role on ABC's sitcom Modern Family as the character Hayley Dunphy.  Even at a young age, Sarah was never a stranger to the entertainment business.  Both her parents were actors/actresses, so it's in her blood.  Sarah was born and raised in Manhattan, New York, where she attended Professional Performing Arts School.  Sarah has been acting since she was a toddler, when she played the role of Howard Stern's daughter in the movie Private Parts.  Since then, Sarah has gone on to act in movies, such as Struck by Lightening with Glee's Chris Colfer, Scary Movie 5, and soon-to-be-released Vampires Academy: Blood Sisters.  In addition to movies, Sarah has acted in television shows, such as the award winning Modern Family and commercial campaigns for companies such as Nintendo.  




Growing up in the Big Apple, Sarah's style is very sophisticated and refined.  A big reason for this being that her number one fashion icon was Carrie Bradshaw, Sarah Jessica Parker's infamous character from the world renown show, Sex and the City. She felt drawn to the actress not only because they share the same first name and both live in NY, but that they both love fashion.  She jokes remembering back to how she wore high-heels to school everyday even though her school had four flights of stairs.  Talk about beauty is pain.  Lots of young actresses go through not-so-fabulous years, but Sarah always looked/looks glamorous.   Her lean, toned body, her thick, dark hair, and her perfect smile on top of her outfits is grade "A", movie-star status.  Sarah is always a jaw-dropper on the red carpet, whether it's her perfect, curled long locks, or a stunning one-of-a-kind dress, everyone is left breathless.  



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Works Cited:  1, 2 

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