15 September 2013

Guest Post...From jumpsuits to sneakers - Kristen Stewart's changing style

Her role as Bella Swan in The Twilight Saga opposite Hollywood heartthrob Robert Pattinson catapulted Kristen Stewart into the global limelight. However, it's not just her impressive back-catalogue of big-screen appearances for which the beautiful actress is famous - her style has long been a talking point too. Despite her penchant for questionable casual wear - including this infamous bomber jacket, emblazoned with the words "God Loves Ugly" - Kristen can be just as much the sophisticated starlet as she is the comfort-dresser. Stepping out in a sheer lace jumpsuit by Beirut-based designer Zuhair Murad at The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part II premiere in November 2012, Kristen proved that the red carpet doesn't have to be all about LBDs and floor-length gowns. Kristen once again showed her love for the unconventional style statement at this summer's Paris Haute Couture Week, wearing another Zuhair Murad jumpsuit to the designer's catwalk show. Make like Kristen with one of these Very jumpsuits for an on-trend wardrobe update. There are few A-listers who would be caught swapping their high heels for a pair of worn-out trainers at a glamorous premiere, but Kristen Stewart is not one to conform to celebrity expectations. It is this carefree approach to style that has cemented the 23-year-old's status as a fashion icon over the last few years. When she's not inspiring top designers as a muse to Spanish fashion house Balenciaga, Kristen is keeping the world on its toes with her ever-changing, versatile style. The Snow White and the Huntsman star is known for prioritising comfort over glamour, and is often spotted in laid back ensembles; evidently, baggy jeans, sneakers, band tees and baseball caps make up a large chunk of K-Stew's wardrobe. Nevertheless, Kristen has topped numerous best dressed polls. Grazia placed her 2nd in their Best Dressed of 2012 countdown, citing her "lip-curling attitude" as a contributing factor to the star's style appeal. As the actress shows little sign of changing her unique sense of style, her fashion icon status looks unlikely to fade any time soon.

This guest post is written by Catherine Lavinia

1 comment:

Katie Frank said...

Personally, I don't like her, neither as an actor nor as a person..