This weekend, Emily Blunt stars alongside Bruce Willis and Joseph Gordon-Levitt in Looper, a futuristic film about crime-fighting time travelers in the year 2072. We can’t help but wonder: what will be in style 60 years from now? As we wait to see what Emily will be wearing in the 2060s, we’re taking a look back on some of her best fashion moments in film.
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Emily Blunt stole the show in The Devil Wears Prada playing the carb-free fashionista Emily, the assistant to Miranda Priestley. We loved that not a detail was overlooked by the costume department when preparing Emily’s wardrobe for the film. We especially love this timeless military inspired look, which lends itself beautifully to Emily’s slim figure. The British actress had to lose a lot of weight for the role in order to play a believable fashion-obsessed magazine assistant.
Emily Blunt wore countless over-the-top gowns when she took on the role of Queen Victoria in The Young Victoria. Though we were obsessed with Victoria’s wedding dress in the film, the stand-out fashion moment was definitely this green gown. We love the blue accents on the dress, which prove that colours that aren’t usually worn together can often be quite striking. The neckline of the dress is seductive while still being fit for a queen.
Her outfits in The Jane Austen Book Club may have been a world away from her wardrobe in The Devil Wears Prada, but we actually think Emily looks adorable in this school girl inspired outfit. The short length of the pleated skirt accentuates her long and toned legs, and the knee socks add an element of innocence to the ensemble.
Emily Blunt looked that part of a professional ballerina in The Adjustment Bureau, thanks to her stunning wardrobe. Whether her character Elise Sellas was on stage or off, she always looked like she was about go all Black Swan at any moment. We love the way this lace top is cut like a ballet leotard and yet is clearly made for a night on the town.
In Salmon Fishing in the Yemen, Emily Blunt resembled Marion Cotillard in this one-shouldered assymetrical black dress. Emily tends to look best in classic pieces with a modern twist, thanks to her sophisticated beauty.
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Photos Courtesy of: Fox 2000 Pictures, GK Films, Mockingbird Pictures, Universal Pictures, & UK Film Council