When the movie and TV stars rolled in to San Diego Comic-Con 2015 this past weekend, they were armed with one very important thing — signature style. We’re talking ensembles that felt flirty and fun, maybe showed a pop of skin or a whole lot of leg. They took risks. They opted for the quirky prints. We felt inspired. Check out our favorite (and not-so-favorite) looks below.
Sometimes separates come together to create something magical. That’s what happened when the actress stepped out to promote her upcoming NBC drama Blindspot. She wore a sparkling sequin skirt, stark white crop top, shawl-collar blazer, and ankle-strap Saint Laurent heels.
The Game of Thrones star looked like a warrior princess in all shades of green and all types of fabrics at Comic-Con on Friday. If she can’t pull off this tricky look at Comic-Con, then who can?
The 16-year-old Heroes Reborn actress made a splash with her first Comic-Con appearance in this baby blue lace dress. The final kicker? Her adorable superhero-themed clutch.
One word: culottes. They are quite possibly the hottest trend of the moment, so when they’re done in a silky magenta fabric with the perfect amount of sheen, we can’t stop staring. Paired with a simple black crop top and subtle pumps, this is styling done right.
She wore this velvet frock on stage during her panel for The Originals and we were instantly obsessed. It features quirky femme silhouettes, quarter-length sleeves with cutouts, and did we mention it’s velvet?!
The Teen Wolf star stunned in an emerald green jumpsuit with plunging V-neck and exposed back. Styled with pointy-toe heels and flowing loose curls, we’re taking notes for serious summer style inspiration.
Emma Roberts’ lovely satin and lace frock was feminine and classic, like something out of Old Hollywood. But, paired with strappy black heels and a deep lip, this look instead fits in quite perfectly with her American Horror Story promotion.
The up-and-coming Pride and Prejudice and Zombies star took a bold risk with this edgy-chic Rodarte ensemble. Silk and sequins might be our new favorite thing.
The Sharknado actress stepped out in this messy, asymmetrical ensemble. Between the too-high slit on the skirt and the ankle monitor-like straps on the heels, this outfit is almost as difficult to take seriously as her made-for-television disaster film.
We love Kathy Bates. We love that her style is super eccentric. We can only imagine how many printed tunics are in her closet, but this pattern is a couple notches too loud.
We’re not sure why they’re dressed as bananas at a comic convention, but we sure hope they have something on underneath the yellow peel.