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10 Best Looks: Dakota Johnson


by IMAGE
11th Feb 2015
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We know, we know. You’ve had it up to here with Fifty Shades of Grey. Fear not, it will all be over soon. And then, there’ll only be two more movies to go. Just two! Hurrah. Secretly though, we love it. Even if it’s total pants and goes down in history as one of the most ridiculous movies ever made, we’ll still love it. It’s been fun. In the meantime, we’ve been fawning over Dakota Johnson’s unique style. Dakota stars as lead female Ana Steele opposite Jamie Dornan’s Christian Grey. While her outfits in the film are pretty safe and non-descript, off the screen, Johnson knows what she likes and how to wear it. With the movie’s growing hype, it won’t be long before Dakota appears on best dressed lists from here to Timbuktu. Whether she’ll dabble in various shades of grey, we’ll have to wait and see. Here we take a look at some of her best looks.

With over the elbow gloves, Johnson wows in Jason Wu at the 2014 Met Gala. Simple and effortless. She’s wearing this dress rather than it wearing her.

Don Johnson’s daughter killed it on the Golden Globes red carpet this year in a stunning?Chanel Couturedress,?Jimmy Choo shoes,?Chanel fine jewelry, and a?Rauwolf bag. Turns out, grey/silver is a very good look for Miss Johnson.

Keeping things neat and simple once again, here Dakota dons a Gucci Cruise 2015 nude strapless gown with silver crystal-embellished tubular detail.

For more gorgeous looks, check out our gallery above!

@CarolineForan

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