Emma Stone ’s been owning any red carpet she steps on recently – here’s how you can get her winning style.
We’re the first to admit we’ve got a bit of a girl crush on Emma Stone and are in love with everything she wears, especially when it comes to her killer red carpet style. She didn’t disappoint at the Oscars. Collecting her well-deserved Best Actress Oscar for La La Land in a gorgeous Givenchy Haute Couture gown, she also managed to make a subtle but powerful political message with the clever addition of a Planned Parenthood pin.
If you enjoy her style as much as we do, you’ll be dying to know how you can steal her enviable style. We would like to help you do exactly that by sharing a few top tips for nailing an Emma Stone inspired look.
Slip dresses, spaghetti straps, asymmetric shapes and bold silhouettes are some of Emma Stone’s signature looks. Although she’s been known to rock a trouser suit for the odd formal occasion, her offbeat, chic red carpet ensembles usually come from the legions of designers dying to dress her.
The Alexander McQueen dress she wore to the SAG awards perfectly taps into the underwear as outerwear trend we’re seeing everywhere right now. Channel the vibe in a lace bodysuit from Asos, pairing it with jeans and a blazer for a casual evening outfit Stone would love.
Emma Stone’s distinctive copper locks are always shiny, bouncy and polished to perfection, but her hairstylists outdid themselves at this year’s Oscars ceremony. Picking up on the Old Hollywood glamor of her beaded, gold dress, 20s’ inspired vintage waves were really the only way to go. To rock a similar screen siren hairdo, you’re going to need some patience (it’s a delicate art) and the right tools.
We love the Mark Hill curling wand. As it comes with detachable barrels in different sizes, you’ll be able to achieve a curl no matter what the length of your hair. Use it to create loose ringlets, gently brush them out, sweep to one side and finish with freeze hold hairspray.
A vintage vibe was also carried through to Emma Stone’s makeup, which was all about smoky eyes and defined brows. Our highlight, though, was her bold berry lip (NARS Cosmetics Audacious Lipstick in Mona, in case you’re wondering). And luckily for us, her makeup artist has been spilling all of Stone’s secrets for making sure your own dark lipstick lasts the night.
The trick is layering. Apply a coat of lippy, blot; add another layer of lippy and some clear powder to set it in place, before finishing with one final sweep of color for serious staying power.