Monday, November 22, 2010

Delightful Style of the Deathly Hallows stars

Not only has everyone been raving about the latest Harry Potter movie, but they have been falling in love with the stars' styles as well.  Emma Watson, who plays the knowledgeable Hermione in the series, has been an "up and coming" fashion icon herself.  But the triple threat (Daniel Radcliffe, Rupert Grint, and Ms. Watson) are becoming very popular topics in the fashion world.  Not only do their characters in the movies have a very natural and wearable style, often layering quirky prints and knits, but the stars themselves are becoming magically chic trend setters themselves.  The picture above (from a past edition of Teen Vogue magazine) is one of my favorites- their elegance played down with whimsical prints and dishevelled hair.  The picture to the right (from google images) shows Watson in a scene from HP7.1 wearing an outfit that would surely get you compliments if worn into town for a cool fall day of window shopping!

If you have been paying attention at all to fashion lately, you surely have heard about Watson's lack of locks.  Not terribly long ago, she decided to go in a "new do" direction, leaving her curly tresses for a modern pixie.  Said Regis Philbin on "Live! with Regis and Kelly" last week, "You look like Audrey Hepburn!" (and it was very apparent that Watson took this as a great compliment).  Very true, her new look was an excellent decision and is the image of elegance.  Perhaps something you might try soon? ...I think you have a few months before it will be warm enough to do the deed without chilly-eared regret.

So, use this look to inspire you as you go out and about on these crisp fall/winter days.  Layer up with solid sweaters, showing just a bit of layered long-sleeves and blouses.  Simple jewelry takes a back-seat to the statement collars and bulky buttons, which accent your collar bone (extra tip: try brushing the lightesttt bit of shimmer powder/bronzer from the dimple of your collarbone and out to each shoulder blade.  this catches he light and makes it stand out just enough.  but, don't forget to blend!).  Post your favorite Harry Potter fashion scene here and share you HP-inspired looks!