With the seventh movie of the Harry Potter saga put on in the cinema, the series of Harry Potter has finally come to end. In the sensational premiers recently, Emma Watson made several gorgeous impressions that we can never forget. But do we still remember the little freckled doll-like Hermione with round face and curly hair in the first movie of Harry Potter? Now let’s refresh the memories with a look back on how Emma fulfills the evolution of growing from the Lolita girl to today’s elegant lady?
August 2000, in the first photo call for the first Harry Potter movie, Emma dressed in a simple shirt with the other two little stars, wearing this shy and adorably cute smile.
November 2002, at the premiere of Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets in London, Emma wore a purple petal skirt and carried a clutch bag in the same color of her hair. With no extra jewelry or cosmetics, Emma just combed her hair as all ordinary girls at her age did.
May 2004, at the premiere of Harry Potter and The Prisoner of Azkaban in New York, the little witch started to wow us with her magic in fashion. The bosom dress with rippled line is so elegant coupled with golden earrings in magical bell design.
May 2004, at the Wimbledon UK Premiere, Emma pulled off a cheongsam with absolute elegance and grace, showing off her own special personality quite different from Hermione to the whole world.
July 2009, at the premiere of Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince in London, Emma dressed in a see-through gown to match with the rainy weather, looking perfectly compatible with the background of rain. And we can see that Emma had developed into a little young lady with great body figure and unique personal style back then.
November 2010, at the Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1 London Premiere, Emma dazzled all of her fans in a black lace dress and her new cropped hair. Without any extra flashy decoration, Emma presented her best look to the world by simply being the confident and elegant herself.
July 2011, at the Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2 London Premiere, Emma stunned the whole world again in an extremely elegant light violet crepe dress from Oscar de la Renta, looking both enigmatically sexy and gracefully charming.