Spring is in the air! March 2012's magazines are already out and while it may feel too soon (or too cold) to be discussing flirty dresses and open-toe shoes, the fresh faced young ladies gracing the covers remind us that warm sunny days are only a hop, skip, and a jump away. So who tops our list of favorite cover girls for March 2012? Find out below!
Lily Collins covers the March 2012 issue of Seventeen magazine. Wearing a vibrant neon green dress from Nanette Lepore and colorful statement jewelry, the 22 year old Mirror, Mirror actress looks as cute as ever! In her Seventeen interview, Collins opens up about her last name, celeb crush and those eyebrows. And if landing the cover of one major mag wasn't enough, Lily scored two in March! She is also Nylon magazine's latest cover girl.
Ashley Greene fans are in luck! The Twilight beauty has snagged the cover of Lucky's March edition! Wearing a sleeveless Mulberry top and a skirt from Dolce & Gabbana, the 25 year old actress quickly had us dreaming of spring. Greene chats about her beauty secrets, acting and relationships. What's in store for the star after Twilight? You'll have to read the interview and find out!
Kylie and Kendall Jenner nabbed the cover of Teen Vogue's March issue. It's the first major magazine cover and editorial spread for the 14 and 16-year-old half sisters to Kim, Khloe, and Kourtney Kardashian, and clearly they're ready for their moment in the spotlight. Whether posing at the pool or on a bike, these budding fashionistas work the camera like seasoned pros. Our verdict: expect to see much more from Jenner front!
Selena Gomez is pretty in a pink for Cosmopolitan's March issue. Rocking a Nanette Lepore frock with a plunging neckline, the 19 year old singer/actress seems ready to put her Disney image behind her and show off a more mature side. In the mag, Selena dishes on her childhood, her career and most importantly – what it's like being Justin Bieber's leading lady!
Who is your favorite March cover girl? Vote below!
|Kendall and Kylie||54 (13.5%)|