If there is an actress whose career life lessons and style lessons have always gone hand in hand, it is Mrs. Meryl Streep. The American actress is an absolute living legend, and since the 70s, she has conquered everyone thanks to a great talent and an unmistakable profile.
Meryl Streep’s first success in movies dates back to 1978 when she starred in the film “The Hunter,” from which she earned her first Oscar nomination. Just give her a script, and the metamorphosis takes place.
In a decade like the 70s, when skinny stars with ultra-slim bodies were in fashion, Meryl remained herself. Despite claiming not knowing anything about fashion, she has remained elegantly stylish in outfits that transcend trends.
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For the 84th Annual Academy Awards, Meryl was a vision in gold. She wore a custom-made Lanvin gown, the first eco-friendly design ever produced by the French fashion house. She paired the wrap dress with a belt, gold shoes, and a white and gold-colored purse.
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Clutching her awards at the 56th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards, she wore a three-toned floor-length off-the-shoulder dress featuring a gold-like sash for the belt.
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It was a red hot affair as Meryl stepped out in a sophisticated yet fiery red coat dress. She complimented her outfit with a pair of Louboutin open-toe pumps and huge sunglasses.
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While other celebrities settled for ruffles and sequins, Meryl Streep showed up on the red carpet in an entirely classic white gown made by former Project Runway contestant Chris March! The long sleeves and proper hemline balance out the sexy neckline. For accessories, she went with Fred Leighton jewels.
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She donned a floor-length mermaid-style dress with cut-out details on the shoulder as well as a bow. With the dress stealing the moment, she opted for minimal gold accessories.
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Only Meryl will wear a Lanvin tuxedo jacket and maxi skirt and still look so stylish. The 19-time Oscar nominee borrowed from the boys in her approach to her red carpet dressing in. She accessorized with Salvatore Ferragamo clutch and Fred Leighton jewelry.
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For the premiere of her latest movie, The Laundromat, at the Venice Film Festival, she chose a loose, patterned Givenchy dress and a pair of red heels.
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Meryl is an elegant figure in a black Michael Kors jumpsuit from the diffusion line. She opted for a statement necklace featuring colorful beads and a silver medallion to add color to her looks.
Meryl also added a pair of hoop earrings and chunky heeled ankle boots for a youthful vibe. She finished off her ensemble with a simple clutch bag and a glamorous updo.
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Hail, Caesar! premiered with Meryl in a reptile-print gown during the Berlin Film Festival. The long sleeve sheer snake-embossed dress featured black underlining. Her outfit was complemented by her up-do and a light pink lip.
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For the premiere of “Suffragette” at the London Film Festival, Meryl is once again a vision in blue. Her cobalt-blue Lanvin draped gown was styled with a Lanvin gold clutch.