Emma Stone has metamorphosed from side chick to leading lady in a rather effortless manner. With her roles as Jonah Hill’s love interest in Superbad to the vivacious Olive in Easy A, Emma has proved she can execute the parts flawlessly and command an audience regardless of the length of her appearance on the silver screen.
It is safe to say, her chameleon-like characteristics transcend over to her red carpet fashion aesthetics as well. From a gingerly girl-next-door immersed in the garb of the mid-Noughties to a porcelain perfection in Valentino for the 2017 Golden Globes, Emma Stone has us all going La La for her outfits. Remember these?
Style Statement 2006 – 2007
The early years of this young actress saw her keeping her style young, fresh and simple. A natural blonde, Emma Stone dyed her hair fiery red circa the mid-2000s, and her red carpet appearances included flowy frocks in pastel hues paired mostly with metallic accessories.
Style Statement 2008 – 2010
Ms Stone opted for sleeker outfits as the dresses got more form-fitting and the hair color got a darker upgrade. One thing Emma always got right was how to balance an outfit; she always keeps one element of her look basic and fuss-free—it could be the dress, makeup, or accessories.
Style Statement 2011 – 2013
Emma went back to her natural locks for her role in the movies The Help and The Amazing Spiderman. The young actress oscillated between being blonde and a red head, which interestingly showcased two stylishly different sides of her. She opted for fun prints, sleek gowns, dramatic silhouettes, bold makeup looks, and wash-and-wear hairstyles as a blonde. On the flipside, as a redhead, she took inspiration from classic old Hollywood glamour with side-swept locks, calf-length dresses, and rich jewel-toned outfits.
Style Statement 2014 – 2016
In these two years, we have really seen Emma evolve into a steady fashionista, making it to the best-dressed lists of all major award shows and giving us style goals for days! Her hair went from a wavy shoulder length style to a crisp bob, and she flirted with full frontal bangs as opposed to her classic side sweep. Her dresses were reminiscent of romanticism and she managed to channel every IT trend for the season with finesse.
Style Statement 2017
Looking at how things have been going so far for Ms Stone, we can confidently say that 2017 will be her year for sure. From bagging every major award for her role in La La Land at the Golden Globes to buzz doing the rounds about a possible Oscar win, Emma has finally come into her own. Her fashion journey has been less volatile than the usual A-listers and we can only look forward to seeing more of our favorite redhead in the coming years.
In 2017, her style statement has been rooted in feminine aesthetics with a bit of an edge. It’s all in the details; you can see it in the rosettes of her McQueen creation, star motifs speckled on the Valentino dress, and even in the embellishments of the Chanel gown.
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Here are some pieces that you can add to cart to get one step closer to channeling Emma Stone’s red carpet style.
- Blake Heel
- Pleated Foil Lace Skirt
- Tulle Lace-up Maxi Dress
- Crepe Gown
- NARS Semi Matte Lipstick
- Lola Contrast Leather Clutch