Tribeca Film Festival Looks We Love—That Non-Actresses Can Wear Too!

The Tribeca Film Festival might be all about highlighting the year's best and brightest cinematic works, but the annual movie-fest brings out some of the fashion industry's favorite folks, too. At this year's festival, which just wrapped up yesterday, stars like Sienna Miller, Alexa Chung, Olivia Wilde and many more took to the red carpet to support their favorite projects—and looked amazing while doing so.

Click through to see and shop our favorite looks from this year's Tribeca Film Festival. You don't have to have a SAG membership to take style cues from them—we promise!

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Sienna Miller

Sienna makes this black floral lace Topshop dress look entirely high-end—and her black-and-red Delvaux bag and elegant loafer pumps are the perfect finishing touches.

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Riley Keough

Elvis' stylish granddaughter made shorts work for the red carpet at the Mistaken For Strangers premiere. She chose a butter-yellow pair from Jen Kao, which she combined with a lace top from Wes Gordon and leg-lengthening Louboutins. (As if she needs any help in that department.)

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Naomi Watts

The actress dazzled in this stained-glass-printed Alexander McQueen at a screening of Sunlight Jr.

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Kiernan Shipka

For a Chanel dinner held in celebration of the Tribeca Film Festival artists, Mad Men's cutest castmember supported the label of the hour, choosing a blue tweed dress and an age-appropriate (if pricey!) hot pink chain-handled bag.

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Alexa Chung

At the same dinner, style icon Alexa wore a cream-colored tweed dress that nipped in at the waist, which she paired with a black quilted bag and gorgeous two-tone Mary Jane pumps—all by Chanel, of course.

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Kate Hudson

In what was arguably our favorite look from the whole festival, Kate Hudson wore a cable-knit embellished Jenny Packham sweaterdress to the Reluctant Fundamentalist premiere. Knitwear on the red carpet? Why not, when it looks this good!

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Evan Rachel Wood

At a screening of A Case of You, the gorgeous mom-to-be wore a springtime-perfect floral gown from Dolce & Gabbana. A far cry from your usual maternity attire, no?

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Emma Roberts

We love this vibrant violet Cushnie et Ochs number Emma chose for the premiere of her film Adult World. Since the dress is a solid color, the actress punched things up by pairing it with a star-studded clutch from Jimmy Choo.

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Olivia Wilde

At the IWC and Tribeca Film Festival 'For the Love of Cinema' celebration, the star elevated her lace-paneled LBD from A.L.C. with some shimmering, eye-catching stiletto sandals by Tabitha Simmons.

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Julianne Moore

At a screening of The English Teacher, the stunning redhead looked lovely in a vibrant purple Alexander McQueen sheath and cool cutout booties.

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Christina Ricci

Christina combined a classic black-and-white patterned dress by Oscar de la Renta with lipstick-red Christian Louboutin pumps for a screening of The Smurfs.

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