Style Icon: Emma Stone

Ah, Emma Stone. This girl has style and talent in spades. With a spate of highly successful movies, ranging from Woody Allen films (Magic in the Moonlight) to the Spiderman franchise (as Gwen Stacy) to the critically praised Birdman, Emma Stone has certainly proven her acting skills and her audience appeal. From her debut role in Superbad, she has gone on to conquer Hollywood and even Broadway, where she starred in Cabaret.

Her meteoric rise to the top is not just due to her films, the fans love her relatable personality too. She’s a funny gal who you’d love to share a pizza with. Emma Stone is the quintessential girl-next-door with AMAZING style. Believe me, I had a hard time choosing my favorites since Emma’s style is always on point. Here are my top choices for Emma Stone‘s most iconic fashion moments:

main.original.585x0 (2)

This is next-level red carpet tuxedo dressing. This blazer-dress hybrid with a sheer long skirt and train is evidence of Emma Stone’s bold and brilliant style choices.

main.original.585x0 (3)

How to liven up a pair of jeans? Try it the Emma way, with a graphic striped ruffled blouse and a structured blazer. Don’t forget the classic black heels for extra oomph.

main.original.585x0 (4)

Chanel will always hold you in good stead. Just look at this dreamy and ethereal ensemble from their collection.

main.original.585x0 (5)

One of the best dressed at this year’s Oscars, Emma’s chartreuse sequined Elie Saab gown bowled me over. The color was stunning and an unexpected red carpet choice that certainly paid off.

main.original.585x0 (6)

Wearing pants on the red carpet is a risk, but if there was a girl who could pull it off it’ll be Emma Stone. This Lanvin number is tailored chic with some glam embellishment. J’adore.

main.original.585x0 (8)

Another red carpet risk from Emma that paid off, this Thakoon two-piece set she wore at the Met Gala is minimalist and youthful yet still sophisticated. Pretty in Pink indeed.

main.original.585x0 (9)

Her take on the color blocking trend, combining two tints of red together, is a revelation. Bravo to her stylist.

main.original.585x0 (10)

An all-over print floral dress with maximum coverage, like this D&G number,  can overwhelm a delicate frame, but the pleating and cinched in waist make this look work.

main.original.585x0 (11)

Emma Stone must be a color savant. Hunter Green is an unconventional choice for the red carpet, but the tulle and the silhouette gives this an air of modern romantic glam.

main.original.585x0 (12)

The dress alone is gorgeous. The textured waves and dark red lip is the cherry on top of yet another stellar red carpet moment.

main.original.585x0 (14)

Embellished Erdem makes a strong case for boxy silhouettes and the coordinating set trend.

main.original.585x0 (15)

Black and white. Striped and polka dots. So many good things going on in this outfit.

main.original.585x0 (16)

Simple yet elegant, I love the bold orange stripe on the skirt hem and the nude Valentino Rockstud. However, she did take a risk with this.

main.original.585x0 (17)

This tailored look is positively Annie Hall inspired. What makes the oversized blazer work is the skinny fitted trousers and the ultra chic modern bob.

main.original.585x0 (18)

The leather, the asymmetrical hem plus the asymmetrical ribbon ankle strap shoes; do you need further proof that Emma is red carpet royalty?


So many looks to love, and so many looks for inspiration. What is Emma Stone going to wear next?

signature1

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s