I’m a huge fan of Emma Stone. I’m particularly fond of her fashion sense — and perhaps, as well as her boyfriend (well, who isn’t?!). Her style choices aren’t always predictable, but she comes off looking elegant and sweet in whatever outfit she puts out. I think that’s what makes her so likeable. That, plus the fact that she seems really down to earth and kind-hearted.
Last evening (Thursday, July 17), Emma attended the screening of her new film, Magic in the Moonlight. For the occasion, she chose a vintage-looking blue floral frock from Dolce & Gabbana that was detailed with a pleated tea-length skirt, long sleeves, and a cinched waist. She complemented the number with gorgeous wavy tresses and a pair of nude strappy cage sandals. Of course, Emma’s best accessory was Spiderman boyfriend, Andrew Garfield, who was her arm candy for the night.
Emma Stone and Andrew Garfield attend the screening of Emma’s new movie, Magic in the Moonlight, at Paris Theater in New York City, July 17, 2014
Do you like Emma’s latest red carpet style? Obviously, I do. It’s a bit 80s throwback, but she pulled it off fabulously. Would you agree?
I especially love the way she finished the look with strappy cage sandals. Pairing the dress with classic pointy pumps or peep-toes would have been too boring and predictable. I think she hit the right notes with those feminine heels, yes?
If you’re wondering where Emma got her shoes, that would also be Dolce & Gabbana. Yes, she rocked Dolce & Gabbana from head to toe for the occasion (her purse is reportedly also from the label). I couldn’t locate the shoes in Emma’s nude color, but the black version can be found at SAKS if you want to check it out. Here’s a closer look:
These Dolce & Gabbana sandals feature suede leather uppers, fancy curved straps that wrap around the feet, 4-inch-tall self-covered heels, and a dainty peep-toe design. A pair will set you back about $1295. Yes, that much. Feel free to order them in your size if you don’t mind splurging.
For those who are dead set on getting some nude heels, you can also try these blush-toned Dolce & Gabbana strappy suede sandals that retail at about $300 less
For those who badly need the shoe fix but don’t want to spend a thousand dollars or more for a pair of shoes, I recommend you get the more accessible Michael Kors Charlene sandals instead. These shoes retail at about half of what you would spend on a pair of Dolces. Plus, they’re just as exquisite: