If you like cute flannel fashion and quotable quotes, look no further than the October issue of Seventeen—where the lovely Chloe Moretz is sitting pretty as cover girl! The star of the soon-to-be-released "Carrie" remake (a Halloween-ready horror show in which there is very little cute flannel and very much blood-covered formal wear) is sharing insights and interests in the pages, alongside a photoshoot featuring some very covetable fall looks.
And if you've noticed that Chloe looks different these days, you, sir, are correct: The longtime blondie recently dyed her locks dark as part of her sweet 16 celebration.
She explained, "I've had blond hair for 15 years, so I decided on my 16th year, why not go brown?! I like being a brunette better. It’s more sophisticated."
But while Chloe enjoys a good conversation about hair color as much as the next girl, she makes it clear that she prefers to surround herself with people who want more from life than shiny, luscious tresses—people whose level of ambition reflects her own as one of the most sought-after teen actresses in Hollywood.
"What my friends and I have in common is that we all strive to do something," she said. "They want to go to good colleges, be writers, publicists, fashion designers—whatever it is they want to do, they know what they want and they go for it."
Something else Chloe knows? Who she wants her family to dress up as for Halloween.
"I want my whole family—including my brothers—to be Britney Spears throughout the ages," she said. "They’d never all do it with me, only one of my brothers would, but I would want to be ‘Oops I Did It Again’ Britney in the red jumpsuit."
What do you think of Chloe's look from Seventeen?