Welcome back sista.
Well, I don’t know about you, but my Twitter/Instagram/Facebook was FULL of last nights Met Ball fashionistas, and the best dressed (by a long shot) was the beautiful Emma Stone for me.
If you haven’t seen the masterpiece of an outfit, here ya go.
Again, just gorgeous!
She got it all right, down to the make up. Just perfection in my eyes. Not too much make up, not too much accessories, just perfect! I have seen some nasty comments about Emma’s choice in outfit, saying it was too casual for the Met Ball, but in my opinion, it is flawless and if Emma wants to wear it to the Met Ball, Emma can wear it!
And you know what the best part about all of this is?
I have found an almost exact (minus the designer label price) look for us ladies at home looking to replicate this beautiful outfit!
Just a word of warning here, almost the whole outfit is from boohoo.com, I’m not like affiliated with them or anything (gosh I wish) I just really really like their stuff, and they have a HUGE selection and in almost every colour, so I couldn’t help myself!
*Quick disclaimer: I do not condone copying at all, I think everyone should be unique and put their own twist on things. This look is for people who are inspired and would like to re create the outfit for themselves!*
I decided to start with the best piece. That gorgeous gorgeous skirt. The original was by Thakoon, and was most likely $1000 and up! I found this lovely dupe by boohoo.com for only €15!!
For an alternative, if side slits and maxi length really isn’t your thing, then I suggest a midi skirt. 50’s style, grease inspired swing skirts are a thing this summer, and again, good ol boohoo.com do a great one!
The crop top.
Emma’s crop top is oh-so casual, high necked and super flattering! I think I say this in every single one of my posts, but I cannot stress how flattering high neck tops are on smaller chested ladies!
If you are a small chested lady (like myself) then try a high neck next time you are shopping. It makes all the difference!
This pretty dupe is from boohoo.com (surprise,surprise) and for only €6, I mean, why not!
As an alternative, if your not really feeling the original, then go for something a little different, but still falls in the same crop top family. I found a stunning little number on, (go on have a guess) boohoo.com. It is different yet still so pretty and chic!
I love that Emma decided to play with metallics in the shoes and clutch. The silver really bounces off the pink and brings out the colours beautifully! The clutch is quite basic and oddly enough, very hard to find! So I have settled on a cute little one I came across in Zara the other day, which I think is just fab!
This one is a little on the pricier side. But, I saw it in store and it is amazing quality and comes with a strap to convert into a shoulder bag! Really worth the money if you are going to wear it a lot!
As for an alternative, I really couldn’t just settle on one. Almost any clutch would do, the box style clutches are of course all in at the moment, but any style would look just as nice!
Emma’s heels are a basic silver sandal. Pretty much in every shop now, but again, boohoo.com do a nice pair for a pretty decent price!
Again, like the clutch, there are so many different types of alternatives here. Any strappy sandal works or even flat sandals, whatever makes you happy honey, you work it!
So, I think a major part of what makes Emma’s outfit so great, is her colouring. Pink is gorgeous on her light skin tone and auburn hair, and obviously we are not all made that way, so here are some colour schemes to match other skin tones and hair colours.
Black & White : a classic for all types
Light & Dark Blue : stunning on blondes and light skins
Light & Dark Greens : gorgeous on brunettes and olive skins
Yellow & Orange/Coral : beautiful on darker skin tones and black hair
Green & Blue : colour block colours great on blondes and lighter tones
Red & Pink : fab for darker tones and dark hair
I hope I have helped! If you find this outfit as gorgeous as I do, please let me know in the comments below!
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