Carmen Ejogo embodied the role of Coretta Scott King and stylishly rocked the role to a T. This green and blue hued combo was a standout piece that kept it classy with long sleeves and a bow-tie collared neckline.
Pink, pearls, and a side of vintage kept this look simply classic. The standout attribute of her entire look was the tailored collar that revealed a modest amount of skin while keeping the actress in role.
This accessory queen made sure to make a statement all the way down to the very last detail. The actress rocked a fringed structured necklace on top of a dark, yet eclectic Asian inspired sleeveless blouse.
Western wear was constantly spotted throughout Thompson’s role. The actress brought a wild wild west theme to the big screen with a cow-boy like button up and wide brimmed hat.
This break-out actress made her dramatic debut onto the big screen in a gorgeous red gown. The stand-out design on the frock was the enormous bow that instantly lit up the eyes of the Annie as she looks at herself in the mirror for the first time.
Keeping with the red theme throughout the film is done with ease. Quvenzhané, or should we say “Annie,” danced through out the streets in a beautiful button-down, four pocket, rosy red coat.
This actress kept is sassy on stage for her vocalist role. Her all-white trench featured rounded lapels, an oversized collar and angled pocket flaps that were indeed striking.
With a little bit of sass and a little bit of print, this body contouring number embodied Mbatha-Raw’s character completely.
Talk about drenched in trench! Tessa’s character marches away in an array of nude. The actress flaunts a stylishly mature bow-tie blouse, pencil skirt and gold drop earrings in this intense scene.
Structured simplicity is the name of the game. Thompson keeps it classy in an all-black ensemble and golden black accessories.