Emma Watson has gone from actress to model to fashion icon all before her 21st Birthday, and this latest show-stopping red carpet number again proves why we adore her effortlessly classic style.
Ms. Watson attended the Harry Potter & The Deathly Hallows film premiere in London last week in this ultra sleek and sophisticated black lace dress by Rafael Lopez.
We love how the dress boasts a vintage vibe, whilst adding a modern twist with the feathered skirt – and with Emma’s new hair cut we can see the start of a 1920s theme. With the dress being the central statement of the outfit, Emma’s natural make up and barely-there accessories ensure all eyes are on the Lopez piece – but she doesn’t forget the sparkle with her dew drop earrings.
Once again Ms. Watson has ticked all of our sartorial boxes, so here are our top picks for recreating her look…
The LLD is almost as staple as the LBD today, and this lace frill dress from ASOS shares a very similar cut and design to like the Lopez number. Short sleeves? Check. Lace chest? Check. Layered skirt (minus the feathers)? Check. We even love how it draws in at the waste to emphasise the tiered lace panels – just like the dropped waist on Emma’s dress.
A pair of black pumps are a must-have for Emma’s sleek look, and we think these Office Nubuck heels are the perfect party pair. Not only are they a dead ringer for Emma’s courts with their sculpted toe and platform, but they’re a timeless design to rework again and again.
Emma’s dew drop earrings add a touch of sophisticated sparkle to her outfit, and these Topshop chain earrings are our favourite for recreating her look. We love the delicate contrast between the gold chain and crystal-like stone, which is guaranteed to give any outfit extra elegance.
Faceted rings are perfect for the party season, and this gold-vermeil moonstone ring by Monica Vinader will give some extra glamour to our look this week. Emma herself has added a ring to her outfit, which alongside her earrings make up a set of effortlessly understated accessories – so not only is this piece on-trend, it’s also a dead ringer Ms. Watson’s.