She may only be 18 years old, but Maisie Williams at the 2015 Emmys proves that she's wise beyond her years when it comes to red carpet fashion. Either that or she's got one hell of a stylist. Probably a little bit of both.
Maisie Williams showed up to the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles in a beautiful pink quilted midi dress from Ermanno Scervino that made me swoon. And don't even get me started on her accessories. Williams complemented her sweet strapless number with the perfect pair of furry strappy sandals and a tuxedoed penguin clutch. It's all so wonderful I can't decide what I love most about her look.
As if her dress wasn't jaw-dropping enough, Williams' makeup and hair was just as awe-worthy. Her smoky purple eyeshadow, full (PERFECT) brows, and soft nude lips were so, so glamorous. I don't know how she'll ever top this look — I just don't!
I think the best part about it is the fact that Williams embraces dressing for her age. While other 18-year-old celebrities (that shall be unnamed) choose looks that make them appear older than they actual are, Williams keeps her ensembles young, lively, and fresh. And they still look as fashion-forward as ever.
Could she be any more perfect?
While she may not make very many best dressed lists, I think it's mostly because she's overlooked. Those of us who pay attention to the fashionable Brit know that her style is unique, fun, and awe-worthy. From her adorable animal purses to her unending collection of perfectly unboring dresses, Williams is a fashionista on the rise. Tonight's look is no exception and further pushes the GOT star as one of the most stylish TV actresses to keep an eye out for.
Besides majorly winning with this look on the red carpet tonight, Williams has a lot to celebrate at the 67th Emmys. Her show, Game of Thrones , is up for an astounding 24 nominations tonight. Who even knew there were that many categories a show could be nominated for? She may not have a personal nomination under her belt yet, my guess is that there will be one in her very bright future. I mean, Arya Stark is such a bad ass, complex character. It's bound to happen, and I can't wait for when it does.