Get Inspired By Dakota Johnson's Best Looks | Clozette

Long story short: Dakota Johnson's style is the epitome of understated charm. She not only proved herself as a leading lady in the big screen with films like the Fifty Shades of Grey franchise and How to Be Single, she's also definitely raised the bar with her red carpet looks and street style outfits. Her style has a mix of femininity, fun, and just the perfect amount of allure.

Here's a rundown of some of her most notable looks.

Lady in Red 

Dressing Johnson in this hot hue makes her the centre of attention. Although she wears this colour often, her looks are played up. From her #girlboss two-piece suit look in Calvin Klein, sultry and feminine slip dress from Cushnie Et Tochs, to her fresh and playful tiered dress from Gucci, Johnson shows how wearing red can take you anywhere.

The Mini Dress 

Never one to shy away from showing off her legs, Johnson keeps it flirty and sophisticated with mini dress looks. She donned a sequined CHANEL dress during the 2015 MET Gala, a metallic dress with ruffle accents on the sleeves from the cult-famous brand The Vampire's Wife, and an upgraded LBD from Versace.

Gucci Goddess

Johnson plus Alessandro Michele, creative director of Gucci, is a match made in heaven. Johnson's charm didn't go unnoticed, so when she was named the face of Gucci Bloom perfume, it was only expected that she'd strut the red carpet and events in none other than pieces from the world-renowned Italian luxury brand.

Elevated Cali Girl

Johnson is the type of girl who keeps it laid-back without sacrificing a good look. For her street style, she loves effortless silhouettes and bright colours. Her outfits are both lunch date and vacay-approved.

It's safe to say that Dakota has made her mark in the fashion industry. Her style has evolved into a combination of chic and trendy, and we definitely can't wait to take some more fashion and styling inspirations from her in the future.

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There's never a dull moment in the worlds of fashion and beauty. Yes, that includes hump days. Here are some of the exciting things you need to know right now.

Milk Makeup's new mascara

Milk Makeup had teased a new product coming out on 20 April a couple of weeks back. And now it has been revealed. It's a mascara. But that's not the interesting part, of course; one of its ingredients is. Can you guess what? It's cannabis oil, which is said to be great at conditioning the lashes to make them stronger and less prone to fallout.

Swap and Shop with Melissa

Here's a nice deal. Swap your shoes for discounts to shop at Melissa. You can get 10% off on your purchase when you swap one pair, 15% off when you swap two pairs, and 20% off when you swap three pairs. Plus, you get to help, too, as all the shoes collected will be donated to Sole4Souls (a non-profit organisation that helps individuals in impoverished nations to start and maintain their own businesses). Swing by MDREAMS at Raffles City Centre from 20 to 22 April to join.

New Wives' Tales

Enjoy a showcase of various crafts and art pieces inspired by a reinterpretation of meaningful wedding traditions at New Wives' Tales, presented by Carrie K. Head to the National Design Centre, Gallery Space from today till 22 April to witness this marvellous exhibit.

Mother's Day Special

Our mums are special, no doubt, so it's only fitting that we give them a treat. Make memories that will last through a nice photo shoot with your beloved mother. Studio Petite is offering a special two-hour family shoot for SGD300. Book your session before 13 May.

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Soft, pure, clean — these are the words often associated with white. But with the right pieces and attitude, it can translate into chicness, elegance, and power, making it an intimidating choice for your wardrobe ensemble. 

If you're unsure of how to don white without looking either too pristine or too snooty, take some notes from these ensembles. 

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