You may have last worn this hairstyle in primary school, but if these snaps from a New York premiere last night are anything to go by, you may be giving it a try again soon. Blake Lively and Emily Blunt both appeared at a screening of new movie A Quiet Place wearing remarkably similar hairstyles. Both actresses had their hair scraped back from their faces and styled in plaits. Blake's version was beautifully boho-inspired with plenty of texture, and her plait featured quirky knotted shapes and a glittery ribbon woven through. She teamed it with a figure-hugging printed skirt and plunge-neck leather top, and accessorised with dramatic drop earrings and several chunky statement bangles.
Blake went for a boho twist on the look
Emily, 35, went for a more classic version. Her hair was styled sleek and smooth, and her neat french plait started from near the crown and sat close to her head. She teamed it with a gorgeous pink prom-style Oscar de la Renta dress.
Emily looked like a true English rose
The British actress is staring in the film alongside her husband, John Krasinski, who also co-wrote and directed it. Blake was at the premiere alongside her husband Ryan Reynolds to show support, as both couples are known to be close friends.
It's not the first time the actresses have twinned hairstyles, either. Earlier this year, they enjoyed a BFF Valentine's Day date at the Michael Kors show at New York Fashion Week, wowing onlookers with their matching sideswept blonde locks. The glamorous style was reminiscent of classic Hollywood starlets and suited both women perfectly.
Although she always looks super-glam, Blake has spoken about her desire to teach daughters James, three, and one-year-old Ines that they shouldn't feel under pressure to look perfect all the time.
The 30-year-old told Refinery29 that while she is grateful to have make-up artists and stylists on hand to get her camera-ready, she doesn't want her daughters to believe this is the norm. "There's this awareness of what they're going to be exposed to and what they grow up seeing. For me, it's important for my daughters to know that it's not real life," she said. "They're seeing me dressed up in all this hair and makeup, but they also see me without that. I want them to see both sides, because there is never just one side."