Kristen Stewart’s red carpet moments have certainly evolved throughout her Twilight career and it seems like she’s finally gotten the grasp of it after all these years. She still may wear her Converse here and there, but at least she’s starting to look a little more comfortable in those gorgeous designer gowns. Plus, she's finally getting the hang of controlling her hair and make-up.
In honor of Breaking Dawn Part 2 hitting theaters on Friday, let’s take a look back at how K.Stew has gone from awkward teenager to red carpet diva.
2008: Twilight Premiere
Before we start snarking, let's remember that this was one of Kristen's first times on the carpet. She wore this Balenciaga Resort 2009 Asymmetric Color Block Dress, which was not the most flattering of dresses. But hey, at least she wore blood red in honor of the occasion.
2009: New Moon Premiere
First, the dress. This strapless white tulle gown by Oscar de la Renta is my favorite of them all. The hair on the other hand -- not so much. She just wrapped up filming The Runaways, so she couldn't help the length. But girl, that's what extensions were made for.
2010: Eclipse Premiere
For her third Twilight carpet, Kristen showed off her legs in this white, one-shoulder mini from Elie Saab. With her hair up and out of her face, the girl looks damn good on that black carpet.
2011: Breaking Dawn Part 1 Premiere
Kristen was ahead of the Angelina Jolie leg game when she showed up to the premiere of Breaking Dawn Part 1 in this dress! She wore a black and purple J. Mendel open-leg gown with beaded detail and a black belt around her waist.
2012: Breaking Dawn Part 2 Premiere
Let's just say that not anyone could pull off this dress. While it was a bit risky on her part, Kristen pulled off this strapless nude sheer lace Zuhair Murad dress. Good thing her legs are slammin' and she wore matching underwear. AND her hair and make-up is flawless! The girl has definitely come a long way in her Bella years.
Which of Kristen's Twilight looks do you love the most and which do you hate? Do you think she's finally come into her own as a red carpet icon? Share you thoughts in the comments section below!
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