Get the Look: Emma Stone


There was barely a 2011 Best Dressed list that didn’t mention Emma Stone, whose personal style has graduated from teen star to stunning Hollywood celeb this past year. It seems like whenever we see a picture of the young actress, she looks perfect, from her side-swept red hair to her expertly-chosen pumps. Her style perfection isn’t that annoying, not-one-thread-unaccounted-for kind, though—there’s always something fun and unexpected, a whimsical touch of color, texture or shape, that sets Stone’s seemingly endless collection of pretty little dresses and heels apart. Don’t have Petra Flannery (Stone’s stylist) on your speed dial? Don’t worry. We’ve made it easy for you to copy Emma Stone’s look from her appearance on Live With Regis and Kelly, whatever your budget.


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“When I was sixteen, I wore all black and white, but I would always add a pop of color,” Stone told Teen Vogue in an interview. It looks like she returned to her roots when she stopped by the talk show to support her latest film. The Crazy, Stupid, Love. actress looked refined in a silver-grey sleeveless dress from the Chloe Resort 2012 collection. The simple but feminine shift featured a shimmery ruched bodice with a tiny on-trend peplum at the waist. The designer styled the dress cinched at the waist with a black belt, but Stone left the accessories off and made a statement with her hot pink Brian Atwood Manic pumps which added an appropriate pop of color to the look. Stone’s jewelry was basic, a pretty pair of gold woven hoop earrings by Jamie Wolf.

Save: 1. Topshop Ottoman Fitted Dress by Love** – $472. Forever 21 Braided Hoop Earrings – $4.803. Steve Madden Women’s Traisie Pump – $79.95

Splurge: 4. Jaques Vert Silver Grey Dress – $2645. Argento Vivo Textured Gold Hoop Earrings – $486. PF Paola Frani Short Dress – $2487. Brian Atwood Maniac Pumps – $595