What a difference a couple of years make

We’ve all seen Emma Watson grow up on our screens, and on the red carpet and what a difference a few designer pals can make to the way she looks.

At the National Movie Awards in 2008, she wore a white full-length Alexander McQueen dress. It looked like an afterthought, as if she wasn’t really sure how she should be dressing, it was nice but boring although the bag is delicious.

Emma Watson - National Movie Awards 2008

And then last year, who knows what she was thinking (or her stylist) when she turned up in a ghastly cornflower blue shirt dress. Yes that’s right a shirt dress at 19 (20 this year) she looked like she was trying to be 35. Urgh it didn’t fit and it made her look like a stick insect with no shape to her body, not a good look.

Harry Potter cast - National Movie Awards 2009

But now, look to the Awards which were held last night (26/5/10) and Emma looks downright fabulous darling. A white sequinned Karl Lagerfield (who else?) dress with sexy Christian Louboutin shoes. And alongside a cutesy Bonnie Wright and a handsome Daniel Radcliffe she could not go wrong. Well, maybe she could have done something with her hair, but then I’m just been picky.

Harry Potter cast - National Movie Awards 2010

And honestly I could go on about Emma Watson forever, because she has had so many hits and misses it would be impossible to fit them all into one blog post!

2 thoughts on “What a difference a couple of years make

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