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Saturday, July 23, 2011
Emma Watson: Is she magic, or should she disappear?
I solemnly swear that I am up to no good. Now that that's over with, here's a delayed overview of Emma Watson's stunning and daring wardrobe for the final premieres of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2. For the London premiere, Emma dazzled in an Oscar de la Renta confection fit for a princess, and she changed for the afterparty into a sweet shorter Elie Saab number with open-toe pumps to show off her Twiggy-like frame. I know it's been a couple weeks, but I'm still in love with Emma's London premiere and afterparty looks because she looked gorgeous and classic at her best. So I was a little bit surprised and even bummed when she showed up to the NYC premiere of the final film wearing a Bottega Venetta dress with a linen bustier and a bronze bottom that looks like an invisibility cloak. In her defense, Emma did say she played it safe in London( though she looked fabulous) and that she took the risk because she considers NYC a fashion capital (50 points for Gryffindor!), and she's a fashionista known for risk-taking (hello pixie cut!). A lot of people may disagree with me and say they loved the NYC look, but whether you loved it or hated it, we all can learn one important thing from Emma Watson's style: a fearless and fierce fashionista takes risks and knows how to have fun with her wardrobe no matter what her size, age, budget, etc. And that is truly magical. Mischief managed.
P.S. What did you think of Emma's fashion choices for the last Harry Potter premieres? Sound off in the comment section or on facebook and twitter. And if you still haven't seen the final movie, get off the couch and GO SEE IT NOW. Yes, it's that important. If you've already seen it, tell me what you think and feel free to manage mischief more than once. :)
"In order to be irreplaceable, one must always be different."-Coco Chanel
""A woman must always be two things: classy and fabulous."-Coco Chanel
"Nothing makes a woman more beautiful than the belief that she is beautiful."-Sophia Loren
"If I were a diva I would be called Ferocia Coutura and I would spray girls in the eyes with hairspray." -Christian Siriano.