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Get the Look :: Scarlett Johansson

She's only 21, but Scarlett Johansson knows how to make flash bulbs pop - both on and off the red carpet. Get the goods on her celebrity style!

Scarlett Johansson is totally glamorous.
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Golden Girl

Since she appeared in The Horse Whisperer at the age of 14, Scarlett Johansson has taken Hollywood by storm and become one of the busiest actresses around. Her latest flick is the Woody Allen thriller, Match Point, in which she was nominated for a Golden Globe! She's also taken the fashion world by storm and steals the spotlight wherever she goes, whether she's walking the red carpet or hanging with her hottie, Josh Hartnett.

Old Hollywood Glamor

Luckily, you don't need a Golden Globe nom to feel like a golden girl! Scarlett is a fan of Old Hollywood, so you'll need a fabulous gown, preferably something colorful, elegant and guaranteed to make heads turn. Wear your hair up (ask your mom or BFF for some help), accentuate your lips with a dramatic red shade and choose sky-scraper heels in a color that matches the dress - or your lipstick. Don't let your look get lost in translation with a gazillion necklaces and bracelets. Instead, keep it simple with a clutch and a diamond necklace or earrings - but not both. If ya can't afford diamonds, then get a cheap, sparkly version of a girl's best friend!

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