Lily James' best style hits

Not only has Lily James enchanted fans as she stars in Disney's new live-action Cinderella, but the British beauty has been causing jaws to drop with her dazzling and elegant fashion choices. Whether on or off the red carpet, the 25-year-old has been wowing in everything from fairytale-esque gowns to skinny jeans and jumpers, establishing herself as a fashion force to be reckoned with.



Lily James is renowned for her fairytale-esque red carpet style

Lily was particularly spell-binding at the Cinderella premiere in Los Angeles when she turned to red carpet king Elie Saab for a stunning silver floor-length gown which featured an embellished skirt and train, as well as sheer long sleeves with sparkling jewels.

The pretty actress also turned heads at the film's premiere in Mexico City, channelling a Grecian goddess in a pale blue floor-length gown with a cinched waist and plunging neckline. Her blonde locks were worn in a chic low bun for a touch of old Hollywood glamour as she posed on the red carpet.


Off the red carpet Lily favours a laidback chic style

Off the red carpet, Lily is renowned for her laidback chic personal style, often spotted in jeans and elegant blouses. She is also known to opt for glamorous yet casual ensembles, for example when she paired a cream t-shirt with an A-line skirt, teamed with gold strappy heels and a matching statement necklace, as she and Cinderella co-star Richard Madden headed to an event to give a talk.

Off the red carpet, Lily is renowned for her laidback chic personal style, often spotted in jeans and and pretty blouses, or structured white t-shirts paired with A-line skirts for a glamorous yet casual look.

The Downton Abbey actress has been turning heads on the red carpet for quite some time. She showed off her gothic side at the BAFTA awards in 2013 in a black floor-length gown with a cream underlay and floral detail, which perfectly complemented her then-brunette locks, worn in a chic updo.

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