Kristen Stewart Wore a Chanel Crop Top With a Sheer Skirt to the L.A. ‘Spencer’ Premiere

Kristen Stewart is ready for her Oscar, please. 

The actor is already generating Oscar buzz for her performance as Princess Diana  in Pablo Larraín’s Spencer, in theaters November 5. And while she obviously deserves an Oscar nom for her performance, she also deserves an Oscar for all the looks she’s served on the red carpet throughout this press tour.

At the Los Angeles Spencer premiere on Tuesday, October 26, Stewart wore a stunning Chanel two-piece look. The top is a cropped black bra top, which she paired with an A-Line sheer grey skirt with black lace and a black bow.

Stewart styled the dark but feminine outfit with a silver necklace, a pink smokey eye, and her hair in an edgy updo with some face-framing pieces hanging. Her nails were painted black. Stewart knows it’s not only spooky season, but spooky week.

You can check out the full look, below:

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Kristen Stewart is getting rave reviews for her performance in Spencer, which intimately follows Princess Di on a three-day Christmas trip with the royal family at the queen’s country estate. The Hollywood Reporter wrote in its review, “For those of us who have admired the talents of Kristen Stewart since she was not yet even a teenager, it is a joy to be able to share that the 31-year-old’s portrayal of Princess Diana in Pablo Larrain’s Spencer is truly the fulfillment of her tremendous promise and will almost certainly bring her the first Oscar nomination of her career.”

 In a recent interview with Entertainment Weekly, Stewart said she’s trying to be “more careful” about the roles she picks.  

“I used to be really intentionally the opposite of precious in terms of choosing projects. For a minute there I was like, ‘I’ll do f—ing anything!'” Stewart told EW. “And honestly, it was a good place to be for a minute. But I think now I’m going to be a little more careful. I think I have a better nose for what’s going to be fruitful for me personally, as an experience, if not necessarily what’s going to thrive out in the world.”

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