Steal Her Style: Natalie Portman at Thor 2 Premiere
Natalie Portman stunned in an ethereal couture, sky blue ball gown by Christian Dior at the Thor 2 Premiere in Germany. StyleClone gives you the pointers on how to steal her show stopping, red carpet style.
Natalie styles this icy blue hue with patent black accessories and simple but stunning jewellery for a really stand-out and unique look that stays classy and absolutely timeless.
The black details offset the colour and style of the dress, as does the swept back hair and fuss free make-up, keeping the look from veering too far into Disney Princess territory. It shows off Natalie’s slender frame and elongates her body instead of swamping it, thanks to the strapless design which highlights her delicate shoulders and takes the edge off the otherwise prim look. Simple earrings look expensive rather than costume, the black clutch stands out against the pale canvas, and the peep toe platform heels (just in shot) add some serious height.
Here’s how you can create your own red carpet worthy look:
This incredible dress is a limited edition piece from Topshop. The dusky blue colour is easier to pull off as it will suit a wider range of complexions. The ruching on the bodice is a lovely detail and the chiffon of the fabric drapes beautifully to the floor for an elegant touch. Combine the pastel colouring with dramatic black accessories like Natalie, starting with these high platform peep toe shoes from Office to peek out from underneath the dress and give you some height.
This black patent belt with gold detail is from New Look and breaks up the dress at your slimmest part to accentuate your shape. This clutch is by iconic designer Lulu Guinness (available at Asos) and features her lip design on the top of the clasp. For the final touch these gold feather design earrings are by designer Thomas Sabo at John Greed and are elegant and in-keeping with the gold tones. Voila: a red carpet style to be proud of. Now for an invite…
What do you think of Natalie Portman’s red carpet style?