Friday's Fashion Obsessions: Camilla Belle and Emma Watson
Camilla Belle and Emma Watson's beautiful celebrity styles made us do a double take this week! We're telling you why in this week's installment of Friday’s Fashion Obsessions.
Is it just us or does it just not seem fair that Camilla Belle always looks like a sexy bombshell?! Like all the time. All jealousy aside, Camilla always seems to pull off sultry hair and makeup and a rockin' outfit, and we have a great time following her fashion escapades.
This week, we're obsessed with the entire ensemble Camilla sported at the Tribeca Film Festival. At the Chanel Artist Dinner in NYC, the young style star showed off her chic fashion sense in a crocheted Prada sheath dress, navy Rupert Sanderson pumps and a satin clutch.
Now let's just remember that both crocheted numbers and floral prints can come off as grandma-esque if done incorrectly, but Camilla rarely makes a fashion mistake, and she hit the fashion mark here. Florals are super on trend this spring and the floral print is subtle enough that it's not overwhelming. Heck, we didn't even realize it was a crocheted pattern until we zoomed in real close!
The final verdict? The look is stylish, sophisticated and unexpected. We love it!
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Emma Watson has grown up a lot since her Harry Potter days, and the young actress has really transitioned into quite the style star. This week, Emma showed up at the Tribeca Film Festival showing of Struck By Lightning in an all Miu Miu ensemble.
Since Emma sports a pixie cut, her outfit choices can really transform her whole look, and we love how she balanced the edgy masculine-meets-feminine look here! The patterned top and skirt add a pop of color and femininity and the black leather jacket gives the look an extra edge. And hey, can we all agree that we're loving her cute clutch?!
The final verdict? We love the mixed textures, colors and prints, Emma!
Photo credit: PNP/WENN.com
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