Clockwise: Dior Addict Extreme lipstick (dior.com), Topshop skinny jeans (topshop.com), Chloe Marcie Mini (chloe.com), Converse shoe (converse.com), H&M white blazer (hm.com)
Emma Watson started acting at a very young age. When you were young, people are more forgiving about your fashion choice and you are allowed to make mistake because no one expected you to look as polished as Nicole Kidman or Jennifer Lopez. Same goes with Emma Watson. Unlike Chloe Moretz and Elle Fanning, she started off a little bit shaky in the fashion front. Emma Watson managed to make herself over and become a fashion it-girl just within a few years and nabbed a couple of Burberry campaign along the way.
Her Burberry campaign
How to turn yourself into a fashion it-girl like Emma Watson? We have just about all the tips that you need to know.
1.Always willing to try something new.
Emma Watson is all about taking chances. Remember when she chopped off her hair? That was major! She always experiments with make-up as well. She can show up at an event with bright lips and dark kohl eyes at another.
2. Do your own thing
Emma Watson is not too crazy about trends. She dances to the beat of her own drum. She is just happy doing her own thing but she does love designs by Valentino, Burberry, Isabel Marant, Celine and Chanel.
3. Create your own daily uniform like Emma Watson
Emma’s fave items to be worn on her off-day includes skinny jeans, shrunken blazers and ballet flats. She throws on her hats every now and then. Think of wardrobe staples that are comfortable enough to wear on daily basis. See how you can create your daily signature look from there.
4. Classy meets edgy
Emma Watson can do both classy and edgy look. She always looks very chic and well put together when she is on the red-carpet or doing promotional run for her movies. But for simpler occasions, she opt for something more simple and less fussy like body-con dresses, denim shorts, sweaters, maxi-skirts and plaid shirts.
Now the key to Emma Watson look is to always try something new but at the same time stick to what works for you. Are willing to take a chance?
Source: hapersbazaar.com, fashion.telegraph.co.uk & teenvogue.com