Rachel McAdams & Emma Stone 'Aloha' Outfits Dazzle In Different Ways — See Their Outfits From All Angles

Summer movie season is in full effect and with it, fabulous actresses wearing amazing ensembles at premieres. Rachel McAdams and Emma Stone dazzled at the Aloha premiere in very different ways. McAdams donned an architectural, fashion-forward blue dress, while Stone opted for a summer white frock and blazer with statement, '80s shoulder pads.

They couldn't have been more different in terms of the styling, yet both were breathtaking because of course they were.

While the ladies star opposite Bradley Cooper in the rom com, out May 29, I'm actually more interested in examining each of their outfits from every angle as opposed to scanning Fandango to find out what time the film is showing at the multiplex.

McAdams' blue and green outfit that boasted a mesh, see-through top, which mimicked netting. That, combined with the oceanic colors, gave the presentation a mermaid vibe, even though the bottom wasn't cinched or of that silhouette. The top was sea green, while the bottom was navy, and the bow-like ruffle was massive, but didn't detract from the rest of the look. And you could see her black bra, which was also architectural in its shape and attached to the top.

The actress' ensemble was by Self Portrait, a UK brand.

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McAdams was definitely fashion forward here. Her skirt also had a slit.

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From the back, McAdams had that sexy librarian thing going on, with the pencil shape, the way the skirt hit at the calf, and those heels.

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Up close, you can see the detail in the linking of the top and the bra. Love it!

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While McAdams was standing with her legs apart, the dress appeared a bit more glamsual than red carpet. Still, there was a lot going on, but thankfully, none of the elements overwhelmed one another. The ruffle of the bottom did make the biggest statement.

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Two beauties! Stone wore a white dress, that was a bit safer, but it was also in her wheelhouse. The style maven topped it with an oversized white blazer that had Dynasty shoulders. Not familiar? Well, it was a nighttime soap opera in the '80s and everyone wore linebacker-like shoulder pads. Stone's were incredibly boxy.

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Here, you can appreciate the beauty and the movement of her flapper-remniscent dress. Perhaps she should have ditched the blazer, unless, of course, it was to keep her warm, as opposed to serving as an accessory. I think it detracted just a bit from her fringed, off-white dress.

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I do love that Stone, who is pretty impeccable with her red carpet choices, and if you need proof, check out the actress' perfect LBD at Cannes, wore grey heels. She remained in the neutral family but didn't whitewash the ensemble. It was a perfect touch.

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The blazer was draped, as opposed to "worn" and it added some bulk while giving the outfit a a tailored element.

Rachel McAdams and Emma Stone went two totally different style routes but both were winners at the Aloha premiere.

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