13 'Legally Blonde' Red Carpet Outfits Elle Woods Would Have Definitely Approved Of
Film that are sartorially-driven often offer the most aesthetically intriguing premieres, and Legally Blonde's red carpet was no different. A perfect storm of pink couture, early aughts trends, and starlets on the edge of recognition sporting experimental wares to gain attention, the Legally Blonde premiere boasted a number of ensembles made unforgettable by their sheer idiosyncrasy. If you're craving a dose of nostalgia this #ThrowbackThursday, take a peek at the best ensembles from the Legally Blonde red carpet.
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Jessica Cauffiel revealed the covetable results of her many workout scenes in Legally Blonde by donning a black crop top and a ruched, ruffled maxi skirt.
Unlike her austere East Coast character with a heart of gold, Selma Blair didn’t think anything of displaying serious skin in a striped halter.
An expectant Reese Witherspoon stepped onto the red carpet for the film’s sequel in an empire waist ivory frock with a crimson ribbon at the waist. If only the actress were signaling a third installment of the film series entitled, Legally Blonde And Baby.
Not one to abandon her signature style even under the strain of her third trimester, Witherspoon stepped onto the red carpet in a sweet floral frock with ribbon detailing.
Lacey Chabert stepped out in Elle Woods’ signature color for the Legally Blonde 2.
Jennifer Coolidge didn’t need the “Bend And Snap” to capture attention when she sported a black bias-cut wraparound top and illusion paneled skirt.
Alanna Ubach dove headfirst into early aughts fashion with a ruffled handkerchief hem skirt and kitten heel sandals.
Witherspoon eschewed pink in her wardrobe in favor of fuchsia lipstick and rosy cheeks.
Rose McGowan took a gilded approach to the Legally Blonde 2 red carpet, making a sultry statement in a streamlined slip dress.
A youthful Scarlett Johansson looked lightyears away from her current red carpet aesthetic in a transparent tank top and ruffled mini skirt that appeared better suited for a trip to the beach than a star-studded event.
Actress Regina King sported a terrifically 2000s ruffled floral halter dress to the Legally Blonde 2 premiere. The performer’s buttoned-up character Grace Rossiter would outwardly scoff at the femininity of the ensemble — and covertly covet the ethereal print.
Ali Larter selected an off-the-shoulder crochet top and loose curls that her Malibu mogul character Brooke Taylor Windham would have swooned for at the film’s premiere.