Get Emma Stone's Stunning Style for Next to Nothing (PHOTOS)

emma stoneRed-haired beauty Emma Stone looked absolutely fabulous at The Help movie premiere last night in Beverly Hills. The 22-year-old actress appeared so polished from head to toe in her Chanel couture ensemble that I've totally changed my opinion on monochrome outfits (it's close enough to being just one color, in my opinion). She looked cool, casual, comfortable, and elegant in soft violet and gray.

I can't afford Chanel (boo) but I can afford Urban Outfitters (yay!), so I've pulled together a few tops, skirts, and accessories to try to re-create Emma's look for a lady on a budget. I had to improvise a bit, but hey, beggars can't be choosers, right?

Here's how to get Emma's look from the tip of her hair clip to the soles of her (incredible) shoes. Oh, and huge pic of Emma after the jump so we can see everything.



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OK, let's start with the tops.

Urban Outfitters blouse $49; Cosabella camisole $70
A sheer blouse over a violet camisole and you'd get a look similar to Emma's. It's no Chanel, but I'm trying.

Free People top $98; Jessica London blouse $36
You could add a beaded necklace to either of these to re-create the texture of Emma's blouse.

Top Shop dress $72; Porter Grey skirt $416
Here you could layer over the dress, and I'm totally loving the nude and gray skirt.

Gammin' skirt $41; Haute Hippie skirt
Use pins or clips to create your own pleats and layers to copy Emma's flowy skirt.

Silver hair clip $8; Silver star earrings $14
You can get a good look at Emma's earrings and hair clip from those links, and here are their siblings from a cheaper mother.

BCBG bag $85; Type Z shoes $70
A nude heel is a staple in any woman's wardrobe, and this neutral, soft pink satin bag is a steal compared to the Chanel version.

Do you like Emma's look?

Photo via Alberto E. Rodriquez/Getty

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