- Emily Blunt has been acting for over 15 years.
- One of her earliest and most notable roles was as snarky assistant Emily in “The Devil Wears Prada”
- Her style has completely changed since she first started in the industry.
From her early career start in 2003 to her meteoric rise to fame after starring as the snarky assistant Emily in 2006’s „The Devil Wear Prada,“ Emily Blunt is a fixture in Hollywood. With over 15 years in the industry, the British actress has seen as much change in her style as she has in her career.
Though she recently called one of her first red carpet looks „horrible,“ we took a look back at how her style has evolved since then.
She had the epitome of early-2000s style at one of her earliest red carpet appearances.
At the British Independent Film Awards in 2004, then-emerging actress Emily Blunt walked the red carpet in the epitome of early-2000s style. Her halter dress, matching scarf and crochet shawl, minimal makeup, and ballet flats are the ultimate throwback and were on-trend at the time.
Blunt isn’t a fan of one of her first red-carpet looks.
Blunt rocked this bright-yellow number during her first red carpet at the opening of the Sydney Film Festival in June 2005. She’s since called it „horrible.“
She took a cue from her character for „The Devil Wears Prada“ premiere.
When you play a fashionista in a movie, there’s bound to be pressure to live up to that stylish expectation, and Blunt did that just that at the premiere of her classic „The Devil Wears Prada.“
Between the strappy low heels and the lace detailing, we can only imagine Miranda Priestly would approve of this iconic look.
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