Emma Stone, hilarious movie actress, is on the cover of W Magazine this month! And it’s not necessarily what the public would expect an Emma Stone magazine cover to look like. Mostly known for her sweet, hilarious characters in movies and in public appearances, she takes on more of a vixen look here. Her cover look: her blond hair is a bit disheveled, and she’s wearing an underwire swimsuit top with a leather jacket wrapped around the lower half of her body. Every star in Hollywood seems to get to a point where they need to show the world that they are not just the girl next store, but an edgy, sexy, vampy WOMAN (Britney Spears, Miley Cyrus, etc.) Personally, I love sweet Emma with red hair, just because I associate that with her hilarious movie characters (Easy A is my favorite). However, if she’s going to break out of her usual look, I think she did a great job by choosing this simple, yet sultry bra top.

First of all, black is always sexy, and I’m not just saying that because I’m from New York. Black is always flattering and stylish, while keeping it simple – you can absolutely not go wrong. But secondly, a black bra top is all any woman needs to balance looking feminine and powerful. Unfortunately, most people don’t have the luxury of wearing this power piece anywhere outside of their bedroom. Except, of course, the beach!

To get Emma’s look, try our exclusive Pin-Up Black Bikini designed by Orchid Label. This bandeau top provides extra oomph with some underwire, and easily transitions from day to night. With a tie-back, this bandeau bikini exemplifies carefree sexiness. Love it!

Another option for getting this look: Try the Midnight Glory designed by Maaji Swimwear. It gives the same sexy underwire support that you see on the cover of W, and with removable straps, you can switch up your look. I personally like strapless on the beach, to get sun-kissed shoulders, and then putting the straps back on post-beach for a little extra support.

Shop both of these looks at The Orchid Boutique!

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