British Beauty, Beats the American (part 3)

So sorry that I've been busy lately. And it's hard to find a perfect time to post another part of British Beauty. As I promised to you guys, lemme present: Emma Watson.

See how the Harry Potter star's style has evolved through the years and transformed her from a nerdy to a worldwide fashion icon. Even such a heavy-hitting brands like Chanel, Proenza Schouler, and Burberry, interested with Emma's personality and she became their latest celebrity face.


Look at her frizzy hair, knickers shoes, and pipe cut jeans, sooo century.


Fringe white dress with deconstructive cut is okay. But please Young Emma, your black kitten heels is a bad idea


She learned fashion so much and her tribal print maxi dress with leather boots is utter perfect. But I think mix with the long coat is utter bad.

Simple beige smock dress and flat shoes isn't really good for red carpet

This is better



Love the color, cut, and style. But from all of these photos, we can see that Ms. Watson doesn't like wearin' a... high heels??

She posed for November 2005 Teen Vogue cover story


I can't say... I LOVE her white beaded dress. Well I'm not sure yet what she was wearing, was it dress, or anything else. But one thing, gorgeous.

The dress it's absolutely anything

Did another pose for their June/July 2007 Teen Vogue cover story with her co-star Daniel Radcliffe and Rupert Grint

2008, spotted in MANY fashion events such as Vanity Fair & Burberry Portraits party, Cartier International Polo event, Giambattista Valli Spring '09 presentation during Paris Fashion W eek, Dior Spring '09 presentation, Christopher Kane's Spring '09 presentation, and many more

2009, Emma posing for many fashion and entertainment magazines. Say: Teen Vogue, Elle UK, Interview, Parade, Times Magazine, Sunday, Seventeen, CosmoGirl, and many more as her latest movie, Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince released.

images courtesy: Teenvogue, Elleuk, Times magazine, Burberry, Chanel, GoGirl Indonesia.

1 feedback:

Marissa Putri said...

sorry for the "font-distraction'. I've tried to edit it but nothing happened. Have a nice reading :)

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