Step aside twins, it’s time for Elizabeth Olsen to shine.
The 31-year-old actress is on an all-time career high. The little sister to Mary-Kate and Ashley, Olsen stars in the uber-hyped Marvel Cinematic Universe miniseries, WandaVision, which premiered on Disney+ on January 15. Reprising her role from the superhero film, Avengers: Endgame, the actress plays Wanda Maximoff, an Avenger who can harness magic, engage in telepathy and telekinesis, and alter reality.
Sadly, due to the ongoing COVID-19 global pandemic, there was no red carpet event to celebrate WandaVision’s release, a total shame since we would have loved what Olsen would have worn, especially based on the series’ super cool sci-fi meets classic theme. This got us reminiscing about some seriously stellar style choices we’ve seen from her in the past.
In the absence of a WandaVision red carpet, we are fondly looking back on Olsen’s best fashion moments.
At the the Avengers: Endgame premiere, Olsen worked a sultry Alexandre Vauthier Pre-Fall 2019 teal crystal beaded gown featuring long sleeves and a plunging neckline.
For the Avengers: Infinity War premiere, Olsen wore a vampy Oscar de la Renta black strapless jumpsuit that featured a lined lace bodice, crop pants, and a draped satin waist panel that flowed into a train.
Olsen suited up in a Christian Dior two-piece suit look on the red carpet for the premiere of Kodachrome. Black sandals, gold ring, and bold red lip completed the look.
For the the 33rd Film Independent Spirit Awards in Santa Monica, Olsen wore a romantic Zuhair Murad Pre-Fall 2018 red floral embroidered and sheer dotted calf length dress with three-quarter puffy sleeves and red briefs underneath. She accessorized with ankle strap sandals and gold statement ring.
The actress kept it looking simple and sharp in a black Dolce & Gabbana two-piece suit at the 2017 Hollywood Film Awards. She styled her ensemble with Eva Fehren jewelry, black clutch, and black Jimmy Choo pumps.
Olsen looked treś chic at the Christian Dior Fall 2017 Couture runway show wearing a black & white short sleeve fringe top with the matching fringe crop pants from the label’s Resort 2017 collection. Classic black pumps finished up along with a round pink clutch.
During the 70th annual Cannes Film Festival, the Wind River actress glittered on the red carpet wearing a Miu Miu pink sequin gown featuring floral appliqués, draped sleeves, and plunging neckline, accessorized with Chopard jewels.
At the premiere of Captain America: Civil War in London, Olsen hit the red carpet in a Alexander McQueen Pre-Fall 2016 long sleeve ivory knot detail gown teamed with a bold red lip and dark manicure.
At the Martha Marcy May Marlene London Film Festival Premiere, Olsen wore a soft Chanel Spring 2012 Couture dress featuring a pale pink beaded top paired with a matching pink tiered tulle skirt. The sweet look was complemented with a Chanel diamond ring and champagne-colored Christian Louboutin satin pumps and a matte dark pink lip.
Showing off her gorgeous gams, the actress walked the red carpet at the 24th Annual Critics’ Choice Awards in an Alexander Vauthier long-sleeve velvet mini dress paired with Christian Louboutin pumps.
Taking home the Actress of The Year honor at the 2016 ELLE Style Awards, Olsen attended the event in a Calvin Klein Collection Spring 2016 ivory ensemble which featured a sleeveless long vest, a v-neck crop cami, and wide leg silk trousers.
During the New York premiere of Ingrid Goes West, the actress turned heads in a striking red kimono-inspired Rosie Assoulin Resort 2018 look, styled with a contrasting powder blue lace belt; Giuseppe Zanotti pumps completed her look.
During the 41st Deauville American Film Festival, Olsen attended the premiere of Ruth And Alex in a simple, yet stunning, open-back Calvin Klein Collection ivory cap sleeve dress.
Back at the 2012 Vanity Fair Oscar Party, Olsen arrived in a black Christian Dior Pre-Fall 2012 gown with a silk short-sleeved top and leather and chiffon tiered skirt. Ferragamo shoes and a clutch by her sisters’ label, The Row, complete the look.