Actress, academic, feminist and style icon. The multi-talented Emma Watson is famous worldwide for her impeccable fashion sense.
Gone are the days of Harry Potter – Emma has now established herself as a forerunner in the fashion and modeling industries.
We have compiled together some of her best looks to give you some wardrobe inspiration.
Which is your favourite outfit?
Floral Maxi Dress
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The perfect look for those glamorous summer evenings, Emma looks fabulous in this stunning outfit.
Emma keeps the look relatively simple by sticking to two main colours, creating a chic and elegant look.
Accessorising with a simple black shoulder bag and black strappy heels, Emma lets all the focus fall onto her gorgeous dress.
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Emma rocks the androgynous look in this stunning trouser suit.
The longline jacket is very flattering, whilst the leg lengthening high waist really feminines the look.
The pinstripe blouse is bang on-trend and looks gorgeous teamed with the simple silver necklace.
This is Emma demonstrating how pretty and professional the simplest of outfits can look.
Another stunning monochrome gown from Emma – the bardot neckline is so pretty and feminine, which her short hair shows off perfectly.
The dress features a structured bodice which contrasts beautifully with the flowing skirt.
By keeping her make up simple with a smokey eye and nude lip, once again Emma makes sure all the attention is on the dress.
Lace Midi Skirt
This look is effortlessly glamorous and feminine, once again sticking to the black and white theme.
With 1950s vibes, the skirt falls just below the knee.
The length of the dress looks fabulous with the black strappy heels and shows them off perfectly.
A white lace skirt contrasts with the simple black top, whilst the bow detailing adds an extra element of interest to the look.
Emma brightens things up a bit here with this stunning blue number.
This shirt dress is so on trend at the moment.
Shirt dresses are a really versatile look which can be dressed down for the day or dressed up for the evening, as Emma has done here.
The tie waist detail matches her heels and brings her in at the waist to create a feminine, flattering silhouette.
Gingham Print Dress
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Gingham print is really in fashion for 2017, and Emma’s look here ticks all the boxes.
The black beret is another key fashion trend, which really adds an element of interest and fun to the look.
The red retro style sunglasses really contrast with the dress, adding a great pop of colour to the outfit.
Get Emma’s gorgeous sunglasses look with the Dolce & Gabbana DG4277.
These stunning sunglasses feature a super feminine cat-eye, floral patterned temples and a statement red colour.
These sunglasses would be the standout accessory for any outfit.
They are also available in seven other colours if red isn’t your thing.
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