Steal Her Style! Kiera Knightley In “Atonement”

We’re back with another major style steal! This time it’s the stunning and posh Kiera Knightley in the English drama, Atonement. Kiera Knightley plays the role of Cecilia Tallis in this film alongside James McAvoy, as they go through a major test in their romantic relationship that changes the course of both of their lives. Not only is this a superb drama, the costume design is also amazing and we can’t take our eyes off of Kiera and her iconic emerald green silk dress. There are two standout outfits she wore in this film we’re obsessing over. Ready to snag her style?


Steal Her Style: Formal Full-Length Emerald Green Dress



No words needed. This emerald green dress is jaw-droppingly gorgeous with the most dramatic open back silhouette, thin straps, a gathering at the waist, a train, and front tie. 
For a close replica, check out this piece from a designer on Etsy.

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Fluted Satin Gown

This beautiful fluted satin gown is a close match with the thin straps, low back, v-neck, and subtle train. The fluted design of the skirt drapes very similarly to Kiera’s dress, which is our favorite part.

Velvet Addy Gown

This sexy halterneck dress stays true to the deep emerald green of the original dress, and it’s fabricated with velvet and tinsel giving it a festive shine. This dress also offers an open back silhouette, and it’s on sale for only $39!

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Georgette Maxi Dress

We love how this dress still captures the essence of the original but translates it into a wearable, everyday silhouette. The thin straps and slit are sexy while the fabric drapes beautifully on the body. A dress like this offers more versatility.

Satin Mitchell Gown

How gorgeous is this number?! We love the draped off-the-shoulder design that emulates the elegance of the original, and its updated crystal embellished strap. On sale now for $58.

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Ruched Strapless Silk-Charmeuse Gown

Unlike the original, this silk dress is strapless, but its rich emerald green is almost an exact copy and so is the design of the train. It also features ruching and a front-tie, but in the style of a bow. So elegant and beautiful.


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Steal Her Style: Chiffon Floral Blouse and Midi Skirt

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We love how feminine and classic this outfit is. It features a relaxed floral blouse paired with a lace camisole and  a deco-inspired midi skirt in a neutral, mauve color palette with buttons. The muted color palette works so well with the mismatched pattern of the outfit. So pretty and effortless!

Style Tip: Floral Chiffon Blouse

We love how effortless and luxe a lightweight chiffon floral blouse can be, especially when paired with equally feminine and soft pieces. To rock it like Kiera, wear it unbuttoned and sleeves rolled with a lace camisole underneath for a refreshing summer look.

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Style Tip: Patterned Midi Skirt

Like Kiera’s skirt, this one features an off-centered buttoned fastening and a pattern in a muted color palette which pairs beautifully with soft fabrics and patterns. This skirt will look especially darling with a lace camisole and can be paired with a variety of shoes and outerwear making it versatile for plenty of occasions.

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Style Tip: Lace Sleep Camisole

Many lace camisoles similar to the one Kiera is wearing come in sleep sets, but we’re not complaining — this means they’re extra silky and comfortable, and will still give us the same look as Kiera’s. The one she wears features a wider lace insert just like this one, but any lace camisole will help you achieve Kiera’s overall style. For more support or coverage, opt for a lace cami in a thicker and more opaque fabric, a lace bandeau with cup support, or wear a nude adhesive bra underneath.


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