Style File: Emma Stone Sees Things in Black and White at the Toronto International Film Festival

Posted on September 12, 2017

Miss Emma’s got a buzzy film to promote, which means an array of color-free and personality-low ensembles await! In retrospect, that yellow dress in La La Land probably did a lot to inform her poledancing last year.


Emma Stone attends the HFPA & InStyle annual celebration of 2017 Toronto International Film Festival in Toronto, Canada in Chloé.

Well, we’ll give it some credit for being slightly more interesting than an LBD look has to be. But as much as we try to like those cuffs (if for no other reason than giving us something to look at) they look like something you buy at an “exotic imports” place at the mall.



Emma Stone attends the “Battle of the Sexes” premiere during the 2017 Toronto International Film Festival in Toronto, Canada in Tom Ford.

Same thing here: a minimalist dress with one highly distracting detail added. Granted, we don’t think more chains would’ve improved the look. In fact, it would be a pretty great look if the straps were fitted correctly and if they didn’t have that distracting closure at the bustline. And this would’ve been a great time for some metallic pumps.


Emma Stone attends the Fox Searchlight TIFF Party at Four Seasons Centre For The Performing Arts in Toronto, Canada in Tom Ford.

Boy, we’re starting to feel a little bad here. All of these outfits are fine. Really. We just have quibbles. And in this instance, our quibbles are thus: there’s too much contrast between the bottom and top halves. We figure the jeans are fine, but given all the black silk and sequins up top, white pumps don’t make much sense here.

Also, the hair is not-great in any of these looks. Some serious zhuzhing is needed.


Style Credits: 
First Look: Chloé Dress | Anita Ko Jewelry | Gianvito Rossi Shoes
Second Look:
Tom Ford Ivory Cocktail Dress with Gold Chain Detailing | Tom Ford Clutch
Third Look:
Tom Ford Black Sequined Blazer

[Photo Credit: Getty Images]

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