The Best Red Carpet Looks by Scarlett Johansson that are here to kill
Scarlett’s red carpet looks indicate that she fully understands the game of the red carpet and it is about more than just arriving at an event
Since her first major performance in 2001’s ‘Ghost World’, Scarlett Johansson has been one to watch. She’s become a style icon since then, recognised for emulating old Hollywood glitz. She frequently appears on red carpets in retro-inspired gowns and almost always wears a traditional red lip. Scarlett’s red carpet looks have always been well-coordinated and on-point, indicating that she fully understands that the red carpet is about more than just arriving at an event; it’s about making a fashionable entrance that the audience can admire and be inspired by.
Here’s how her look has changed throughout the years
Scarlett is famous for her outfits but mainly she is famous for her off-shoulder outfits, in this cherry red gown making her goddess and grabbing our hearts. Her gel-blonde hair may be craving you to adopt it, however how we can miss out on her pencil heels which is looking comfortable for carrying.
Johansson emulated the ’60s in a pretty custom Miu Miu pink gown with embellishments and a bow feature at the waist at the ‘Jojo Rabbit’ premiere in November 2019. This time around, her dress featured a cutout along one side of her waist that perfectly showed off her rib cage tattoo of a bird. Johansson’s sunrise and bracelet tattoos were also on display thanks to the sleeveless design. This pink fur-gown along with the blonde-bun making her Red Carpet Diva.
Scarlett Johannson, 35, was stunned at the Golden Globe Awards on January 5th, 2020! Scarlett looked stunning in an ironically scarlet gown as she posed for photos before the concert. The Avengers actor wore a custom Vera Wang gown with a plunging v-neckline and a flaming scarlet strapless gown that hugged her gorgeous body perfectly. She finished the silky outfit with a beautiful bun-updo, which highlighted the BVLGARI High Jewelry white diamond necklace, which she wore with an archival legacy bracelet and stud earrings.
The silver gown was made of silky silk and extended into a train behind the actress, flattering her shape. But it was the bodice — oh, the bodice! — that stole the show: a nude netted corset with dazzling fringe threads dangling from her gown in all directions, giving the impression that her gown was disintegrating to shreds.