Happy Birthday, Emma Watson! Here Are Her 9 BEST Looks

Emma Watson has had her ups and downs in the fashion world, but honestly, what downs really matter when you are Hermione Granger…?

In fact, Emma’s style has gone through similar phases as her at Hogwarts. She had her early days, where you don’t really know what you’re doing but kind of just go along with it. Then her college years, where she kind of found herself (and did some other movies besides Harry Potter) and then, finally, graduation — her fashion high points.

Emma has transformed herself in a fashion icon. Her style is unique, yet very casual, hip and chic.

All spells aside, we are going to chat about her best red carpet and street style looks throughout Emma’s career from beginning to infinity.

These two Emma Watson looks are some of my favorites.

Light on the make-up, bold on the lip; keeping the colors very simple and neutral, yet adding a sense of texture with the silky blouse on the left, and ruffle and sheer white sleeves with her sleek black pants. Both looks accompanied by the same point stiletto. Killed it.


Street style is where we are headed next.

Two looks, two different cities, temperatures and environments.

Here Emma Watson is rocking her pixie cut, but what I love best about this outfit is the double layer of the plaid shirt and comfy sweater.

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That is one of my favorite looks, where you can dress it up or down, and in this case, dressed casually with a pair of black jeans and cute black flats.

Then is Watson at Coachella (which is coming up this month!).

Coachella : Emma Watson, plus décontractée que jamais en short destroy et chemise ouverte. Le détail qui tue ? La ceinture léopard.

We all know Coachella can get a little risky, but she was on point. Cut offs, a light white blouse with a pop of spunk with her leopard belt. And, obviously, a ponytail since its 100 + degrees out. You go girl for not sporting a flower crown.


Next comes structured and elegant.

First is Emma Watson attending the Time 100 Gala in 2015.

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Ignore the shawl on her waist, and take a look at her strappy heels and elegant up-do. I think those outweigh everything else in this look. And the red lip for the red TIME theme of the gala was a great touch.

The trench coat dress Watson wore for the HeforShe conference (seen below) was actually one of my favorite looks of hers.

Emma Watson HeForShe campaign launch at the United Nations in New York City

Adding a belt for shape, she looks elegant and classy, all while being stylish and sophisticated the match the feel of the event. Her clutch really shines in this look, along with her sparkly silver dress.


Adding a little color to her wardrobe seemed hard for her, but it happened, and it looked great.

These looks are completely different, but great in the same way. All have to do with texture and the type of fabric.

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I love both looks because they are edgy and taking risks, but still retain a polished look. In the first look, her make-up and hair is a little lighter and more sleek, while the second gets even more edgy, which go great paired with chunky platform sandals and a messy up-do.

We cannot go through this without pointing out…

Her very first red carpet look for the premiere of Harry Potter and The Philosopher’s Stone at the UK premiere in 2001.LONDON - NOVEMBER 4:  Actress Emma Watson attends the world premiere of the first Harry Potter film, 'Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone' at the Odeon Leicester Square, London, November 4, 2001. (Photo by Jon Furniss/Getty Images)

Honestly, there is a lot of say about this, but I just can’t get over her adorable bangs and her go at the faux fur trend way back in its infancy. No one can say anything negative about this because the excitement on her face makes this outfit 100% flawless.

Obviously there are plenty more amazing looks that Emma Watson has effortlessly pulled off, but these are, without a doubt, a few of the best. Keep doin’ you, Emma.

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