Get the Look: Scarlett Johansson
To really emulate that heart stopping figure, though, it's best to get the basics right first. Start with a great push up bra. (When does Scarlett not look hoisted and well supported?) With this Infinity Edge Push-Up Bra from Victoria's Secret for $42-$48 (depending on size), you'll be locked, loaded, and ready to go. And if you need a little more oomph, try these Commando Takeouts Silicone Gel Breast Enhancers ($48, BareNecessities.com). Finally, give your waist some further definition too with this Miraclesuit "Inches Off Waist" Cincher for $34 at Macy's.
Now you're ready for the exterior layer. One of our favorite evening looks is the pictured flesh-colored silk tulle cocktail dress Scarlett wore to a charity ball. This As U Wish Ballerina Dress in Ivory for $68 at Nordstrom replicates the dress exceedingly well; but to ensure the look doesn't become too tween-like, pump it up with a touch of sophistication. These deep, Jessica Simpson Bacton Pumps in Diable Red ($84.95, Shoebuy.com) and Starburst Post Earrings ($13, FunToFineJewelry.com) lend the outfit a mature edge.
Scarlett is also known to compliment her milky-colored skin with silky fabrics and saturated colors. Introduce a bit of glamour to your daytime wardrobe with this shiny, satiny Ruffled Satin Blouse, $24.80 at Forever 21. Wear it with slim jeans, boots, and (if you're adventurous) a tuxedo jacket (like this Ukki Dandy Short Tuxedo Jacket from YesStyle.com for $65), which Scarlett has been seen wearing for both casual and formal occasions. She is, after all, the "Modern-day Marilyn".
But above all, to aptly finish off any Scarlett-inspired look, you need bee-stung lips. A slightly less painful way of going about it: DuWop Lip $16 at Sephora. It's a best seller and will plump your pucker without surgery. Because if Scarlett represents anything, it's a natural, glowing femininity. Kudos to her fashion sense and figure, that let's us know looking like a real woman is ten times better than having an ice cube for lunch everyday.
-- Lindsay Sakraida