Olivia Harvey
November 21, 2016 2:46 pm
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Here’s the thing: You don’t have to be a savvy businesswoman to rock a pantsuit – seriously. Emma Stone, Hollywood icon and star of the upcoming film-musical La La Land, is no stranger to rocking a suit. While attending the screening of her new film during Airbnb Open LA, a suited-up Emma Stone looked ready to tackle winter with professional grace in a black-and-white patterned, matching blazer and pant set.

Pairing the set with a basic black shirt underneath, a simple black bag, and a pair of ultra feminine Stella Luna heels, Stone looked cool and in charge.

Speaking of looking cool, this collar-popping action/sultry gaze really belongs on a magazine cover.

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Stone joined La La Land director, Damien Chazelle, and composer, Justin Hurwitz. at the event, and we’re convinced that they pow-wowed ahead of time to coordinate. Nevertheless, they all look great.

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If you’ve followed Emma Stone’s fashion history, you would know by now that Stone loves strutting her stuff in menswear once fall hits. Here she is with ex-beau Andrew Garfield at the Photo Call for The Amazing Spiderman 2 in November 2013.

The tailored blazer with the harem-style pants is a casual take on the classic suit. And the red heels are a sassy kick in the pants.

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And here she is at the January 2012 People’s Choice Awards sporting a super stylish green blazer and black trousers with spikes at the bottom! Edgy!

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Stone’s most memorable suit was the Saint Laurent suit she wore to the Amazing Spiderman 2 Photo Call in London in 2014. Some critics of the outfit thought it made the slender actress look boxy. But we think it looks pretty darn chic.

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Think about adding a tweed or thick fabric suit into your own winter wardrobe. It’s an easy-to-wear, professional-looking ensemble that will have your fans thinking you’re the classiest gal in the act. Whether you dress it up, or dress it down, a suit will make you feel like you know exactly what you’re doing in all matters of life.

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