Emma Stone's Best Looks from the Spider-Man Press Tour
Last month, my mental flashcards of Emma Stone's best outfits wouldn't have taken that long to flip through.
Not because she isn't awesome, but because she hasn't had to pose through giant promotional tours like Kristen Stewart or Jennifer Lawrence. But with less appearances to choose from, there were still standouts: the one with the giant bow, the one with the really pretty peach color, the one with the colorblocking and the peplum.
After this month's The Amazing Spider-Man press tour, though, the set of sartorial hits I'm cataloging is thicker than a SAT vocab pack. Posing alongside new Spidey/boyfriend Andrew Garfield on red carpets from Seoul to Spain, Emma wore a whole web of different styles (Studio 54-ready jumpsuits, luncheon-friendly floral shifts, Angelina-esque high slit gowns) and each was kind of amazing.
Below, we've rounded up a few of our favorites and similar, shoppable items. Overall, the fashion was so good we're hoping for yet another Spider-Man prequel, sequel or whatever— anything to keep Emma on the road and in fantastic clothes.
To avoid looking Wednesday Addams-y, Emma choose a splashy color for her Peter Pan collar dress. Click through to shop the look.
Sometimes all you need to create an hourglass shape is a little bit of pattern play. Click through to shop the look.
Clear vinyl shoes hailing from Barneys instead of adult video stores are my obsession right now. Click through to shop the look.
That criss cross drapery fakes a bigger chest while keeping you covered. Cool. Click through to shop the look.
Without the lipstick, it wouldn't be a whole "look." Click through to shop the look.
This print on this genius dress could turn a cardboard box curvy.
Gold plated belts are so much more luxe than their gold leather counterparts. Click through to shop the look.
That Vitruvian web of lines makes her look so perfectly proportioned. Click through to shop the look.
Mirrored platforms: never not an awesome shoe choice. Click through to shop the look.
Like a highbrow clear plastic shoe, I'm also game for a lace-up detail that looks luxe instead of lewd.
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