Emma Watson’s Greatest Style Moments
by Emily Gregor
We’ve been obsessed with Emma Watson since the first time we heard her character explain to Rupert Grint that it’s actually “Leviosa, not Leviosar.” Over the years, Watson has become quite the trendsetter, making some stunning appearances on the red carpet. From Hogwarts to the UN, here are some of our favorite Emma Watson looks.
Arriving at the David Letterman Show, 2009
Back at it again with the fab ensembles and late night appearances! Emma always has a way of looking both professional and adorable when she’s promoting her latest film.
Elle Style Awards, 2011
She was way ahead of the game on the romper trend, plus the cutout detailing is on point in this look Watson wore for the 2011 Elle Style Awards.
UK Premier of “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part 2”, 2011
So. Much. Tulle. Emma stuns at the UK premier of “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part 2,” one of her last hurrahs as the world’s favorite witch.
Premier of “The Perks of Being a Wallflower”, 2012
Perks of Being a Wallflower was an amazing book and a fabulous movie, and this premier left us with the question: Grecian goddess or Emma Watson? You decide.
UK British Fashion Awards, 2014
Wow, we didn’t think we’d ever love seeing pants on a red carpet so much. Hats off to Emma Watson for making such a bold statement.
UK Premiere of “Noah”, 2014
Simple and gorgeous as always, Emma stuns in a sleek white number at the U.K. premiere of “Noah”, a mere three years after the release of Part 2 of “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows.”
US Release of “Noah”, 2014
Emma Watson went all out for this movie premiere, whether it was in the U.K. or the U.S. In this shot she has donned on a classic black gown with a plunging low back.
Late Night with David Letterman, March 2014
Proving she can literally wear anything, Emma is spotted looking fab outside of a famed New York late night show. Watson and Letterman are good friends, and she’s frequented his show from the time she was casting spells to now.
The Golden Globes, 2014
Between the amazing back on this look to the rich red pigment, we’re left saying one word: Fabulous.
Glamorous and elegant, our young starlet has come a long way. The simplicity of the black contrasts perfectly with the subtle patterned skirt for a look the red carpet was obsessed with.