Scarlett Johansson Gives Us A Camel Coat Master Class - And We Crush. Hard.

Scarlett Johansson Gives Us A Camel Coat Master Class  - And We Crush. Hard.

ScarJo has stepped out in some killer looks whilst promoting the new Avengers movie. But this look kills it

The sun might be out but there’s no denying that cold chill in the air. It throws up that very modern of dilemmas: Oh, what DOES one wear in such unpredictable climates?! Luckily for us, Scarlett Johansson stepped out yesterday showing us exactly how it’s done. Wearing a white lace dress with small patterned cuts outs, she kept the goose pimples at bay with an elegant knee-length camel coat slung casually over her shoulders. Finished off with a nude, heeled pump, bare legs and grey retro style sunglasses, she more than nailed a spring-through-to-summer look.

It’s one we can take a tip from: as the weather continues to be a bit all over the place, this type of coat is a cover up to be seen in. Worn slung around the shoulders when it's warmer -  a-la Scar-Jo -  or on properly when there’s a nip in the air, the camel coat is an instant chic update. Plus, camel is such a complimentary colour; whatever you’re complexion it’s one of those rare colours that makes everyone glow. In short: it’s a very satisfactory option.

She's clearly a fan of the colour. In January last year, she wore a similar coat on her way to a TV interview:

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Meanwhile, can we talk about #thathair?

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Whilst undeniably a short buzz cut, she keeps it feminine with the length on top and the cool licks of blonde. This look – which she wore as she went in to pre-record an interview with David Letterman – was softer than styles we’ve seen on her of late.

She kept it more casual for the Avengers premier in Los Angeles:

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Whilst a few weeks back at the Tom Ford A/W 2015 women’s wear party, it was a more slick approach:

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We love it when one of our favourite celebrities is clearly so comfortable in their style. Keep on doing what you’re doing, Scarlett. You’ve not put a foot wrong.

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