Kristen Stewart may be known for her uniquely grungy glam on the red carpet, but the fact that she rarely smiles at Hollywood events never overshadows the truth that the actress has incredible taste and usually "wows" us.
To celebrate the woman who has immortalized the beloved Bella Swan on screen and in film, we've rounded up our absolute favorite Kristen Stewart red carpet looks. There were lots to choose from, but these were totally unforgettable and the equivalent of fashion grand slams.
Prepare to be wowed over and over and over again, style mavens! She tends to favor shorter, leg-baring dresses and isn't afraid to take risks with her gowns, either. Black and red are repeats in her color palette, but she certainly plays with color and styling throughout.
Stewart's strapless, textured Balmain dress and messy bun presented one heck of a contrast that worked for her. That calf-length hem is tricky, but Stewart's confidence helped her pull this one off.
A little black dress is never boring when K. Stew is rocking it. The long sleeves and the applique were to-die-for. Every Twihard would want to own and wear this dress. The sloppy milkmaid braid was adorable, too.
Remember what we said two seconds ago, about the photo above, that Stewart LBDs are anything but boring? The same applies here, with her leather-look ALC LBD. Stewart's little black dresses always have some standout detail and edge. In this case, the material and the length were chic, and while she was covered up, the wet-look fabric and strappies added sex appeal, as did her smoky eye makeup.
Stewart's lacy, cornflower blue mini was so ladylike. Not her normal fashion M.O., but lovely just the same.
Her strapless and textured eggshell Chanel mini was contrasted with her messy, shaggy locks. This is one frock she should recycle, since it was modern and age-appropriate. We want to borrow it.
The bright yellow hue of this Dior dress might be off-putting to some, but it was daring and high fashion, and it was quite a flirty hemline.
Another black LBD, this one by J. Mendel. Flawless, and another look that her legion of fans could easily replicate without breaking the bank.
K. Stew's black and white colorblocked shorts set was very Rihanna-like and looked amazing on her. Plus, she smiled and looked like she was enjoying wearing it.
This killer-legs-showing ensemble was as high fashion as it gets. The long white blazer with half-sleeves? The barely-there black mini? The Karl Lagerfeld-inspired fingerless gloves? EVERY element of this outfit worked.
K. Stew donned a see-through black Marchesa outfit that was edgy, if not for everyone.
The actress' mixed metallic mini showed off lots of skin, but it was chic and not vulgar.
Once again, the micro mini suited K. Stew's fabulous figure. The crimson color also worked wonders with that porcelain skin and the dress looked, effectively, painted on her leggy frame. This was Stewart at her sexiest, and it kept with her grungy glam style, thanks to the safety pin detail.
Okay, so this was a simple LBD, but the confidence with which Stewart wore the dress (while appearing on a late night TV show) leaps out of the image. It's not a red carpet appearance, so we're cheating here, but who cares? This is a dress every Twihard would want to wear.
This scarlet Reem Acra gown with a dangerous plunging V showed off sideboob, but Stewart was as elegant as ever while wearing it. This was easily one one of her best fashion moments... ever!
Who can fill out a mini better than K. Stew? See below for proof. The flower detailing and scalloped hem elevated this frock.
Another fashion forward moment for Stewart, thanks to this one-shouldered and one-sleeved Elie Saab white mini with texture. Those gams! She is blessed.
Oh, hey K. Stew granny panties! The actress' most scandalous dress was this see-through, beige-ish Zuhair Murad gown worn to a 'Twilight' premiere. Again, it looked like something Rihanna wouldn't think twice about wearing, but K. Stew really gave us a show. We're STILL talking about it well over a year later, so that's usually a sign of a fashion "do."