I’ve been finding myself Googling Emma Stone’s name a little more frequently than usual lately–in all of my years, I’ve never seen a cuter casual fashion sense. Although most of her looks are composed of simple pieces, she layers and accessorizes to perfection. The thing that I love most about this outfit is that although it’s winter, Stone still rocks white in a very wintery, neutral way–we cant help but envy her rule-breaking. Love this outfit? Let’s figure out how we can score this graceful look, with half the budget.
The first item to complete this outfit would be this staple everyday white sweater. This one that I found at Forever21 is a close match to the one Stone’s wearing–it’s cable-knit, ¾ sleeved, and light-weight for a sweater–but only $22.80! It’s difficult to rock white after labor day and so close to Christmas, but Stone manages to knock this one out of the park, pairing the sweater with a palette of neutrals.
Destroyed jeans have come and gone, but it looks like Stone’s not willing to let them go. The most important thing about the destroyed denim she’s wearing, they only have one or two tastefully ripped areas. With the ankles cuffed, Stone’s bottom half looks super chic, despite the holes. Old Navy offers a few washes of their high-rise, destroyed super-skinnies to choose from, so any outfit can be completed by these casual-to-composed jeans. For only $35 (on sale!), these jeans are a steal!
Old Navy does it again. They’ve moved up in my eyes, from a place you go to buy plain items, to a regular hot-spot. These heeled ankle booties are the proof of just that! Any black suede ankle bootie would work for this outfit (even these cutout, lower heeled booties from Charlotte Russe for $40), it all depends on your personal style. These Old Navy booties will go with anything, and are so versatile you’ll find yourself wearing them everywhere from class to your internship. To me, these booties are a staple this season.
Any thick, neutral scarf will work in this outfit, but Stone’s grey fringe is hard to resist. It brings in an earthy feel, which is hard to accomplishing during the winter season. Not only will this scarf keep you comfy and warm through the winter, it’s lightness and slate-grey color can be donned during any other season as well. This one from ModCloth is actually an exact match to the one Stone is rocking, and it’s only $19.99!
Add a pair of sunnies and your favorite brown slouchy tote and you’ve completed an Emma Stone look! The destroyed denim, scarf, and sweater make the outfit appear super casual, but adding the heeled booties can pull the attire together, making it not only incredibly comfortable, but mega chic as well. Stone’s outfits are always to accessible–one of the reasons I idolize her as a more casual fashion icon for everyday clothing envy. Stay chic, fashionistas!