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Emma Watson Paired Her Peekaboo Bra With a Blingy Blazer

Adding some spice to business casual.

<p>Dave Benett/Getty Images for Violet Films</p>

Dave Benett/Getty Images for Violet Films

If anyone knows how to nail red carpet dressing, it's Emma Watson, whose rare appearances in front of the flashbulbs offer up everything from dreamy sheer gowns to cool-girl-approved minis. Yesterday, she added a new 'fit to her repertoire, attending the London premiere of We Dare to Dream, a documentary from Oscar-nominated director Waad Al-Kateab, while wearing a sleek and stealthy tailored black suit with a spicy and crisscross-detail peekaboo bra.

Watson's black Alexander McQueen suit was anything but boring with slightly flared pants and a shimmering silver embellishment on one shoulder. And while celebrities love a blazer with nothing underneath, Watson's sexy touch of lingerie added an unexpected bit of spice to her red carpet ensemble. She finished the look with square-toed black heels, diamond studs, and red lipstick.

At the event, Watson posed alongside Al-Kateab and activist Malala Yousafzai. Dare to Dream also screened at the Tribeca Film Festival back in June and the project is described as a look at the "dramatic challenges faced by refugee athletes who competed for a place in the 2020 Olympic Games." The film follows five Refugee Olympic Team athletes from Syria, Cameroon, South Sudan, and Iran.

According to Hello, Malala has spoken about how much she looks up to Watson, saying that the actress's United Nations address was the impetus for why Malala "considers herself a feminist.”

<p>Dave Benett/Getty Images for Violet Films</p>

Dave Benett/Getty Images for Violet Films

Related: Emma Watson Graced the Red Carpet in a Shimmering Sheer, Fringed Gown

Watson isn't unfamiliar with stepping behind the camera. In 2022, she directed Prada's Paradoxe fragrance campaign, which was “meant to become a global feminine pillar.”

“It grabbed my attention. I really wanted to be part of something that gives women more strength, freedom, power, and self-confidence. That’s what I feel when I read the story of why Prada Paradoxe had been created. I instantly felt that I have always been a paradox. Prada Paradoxe gave me permission,” she told WWD at the time.

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