9 times Emma Watson proved she was the queen of eco-friendly red carpet fashion
With her Beauty and the Beast press tour in full swing, Emma Watson is slaying red carpets left and right. But the actress and advocate isn’t just wearing any old gown. It seems like every time she dresses herself for a big event, she goes out of her way to make sure her look makes more than just a fashion statement.
Emma Watson’s outfits are both stunning ~and~ eco-friendly.
She even includes descriptions of why she made the clothing choices she did in each Instagram post. And by doing so, she reminds all of us that you can look beautiful while helping save the earth. She verifies all her clothing with reputable businesses like Eco-Age and Content Beauty, so you can rest assured they’re as great as they seem.
So here are a few of our favorite most recent eco-friendly fashions from the talented star.
1A gown fit for a Princess.
Everything about this look – from head to toe – is absolutely breathtaking. This dress is by Emilia Wickstead, a family-run London-based company that uses seemingly wasted fabrics and repurposes them into gorgeous gowns. Oh, and this particular piece was created by an all-female team because of course it was.
2Talk about making a statement.
This Oscar de la Renta look has so much going on. From her makeup and earrings to the eye-catching organic silk red sash, everything Emma is sporting is eco-friendly.
3Perfection can be so simple.
Even when she’s not onstage in the spotlight, Emma makes sure that her outfits still have a message. Her post about this stunning Stella McCarney dress emphasizes how the brand is the first and only luxury vegetarian designer.
This Calvin Klein collaboration was made with sustainable and recycled products. Who knew recycling could be so glamorous?
5Taking color blocks to another level.
We especially love that Emma makes sure to keep a variety of designers in her wardrobe. Creative patterns like this one from Louis Vuitton show that everyone can choose to make eco-friendly designs, not just a select few brands.
6Both her outfit and her skin are lovers of the earth.
Of course we love this edgy and simple 3.1 Phillip Lim outfit. But we love even more that Emma also focuses on how her skincare routine is also filled with sustainable, earth-friendly products.
7Chic and fun.
This outfit was designed by the Spanish female designer, Carmen March, who we’re sure saw a big boost in interest in her work after Emma rocked this gorgeous look.
8Powerful on so many levels.
This behno outfit is bit of a throwback to some of Emma’s #HeForShe campaign work. But it shows that not all red carpet worthy looks happen in Hollywood.
9“Now it’s no wonder that her name means beauty.”
There’s so much to love about this Elie Saab gown. But one of the best parts about it is that this intricate design was actually made from leftover fabric.
We can’t wait to see how Emma blows our earth-loving minds next!