Lily James knows how to make an impact when it comes to her fashion choices.She's the perfect combination of elegance and effortless style, wowing everyone in simple yet effective pieces such as this gorgeous Atea Oceanie dress.If you're anything like us, black is probably your standard go-to hue, but here Lily proves that neutral hues are just as flattering.

The shoulder-baring cut gives a subtle sexy touch too.

Unfortunately for us this dress is from the spring/summer 2016 collection so it isn't available yet, but you can shop the current pieces over at SSENSE now.

Or, work wonderful winter whites this season with our similar styles below starting from just £17.

Layer yours with a faux-fur coat for a super luxe finish or simply a pair of pastel pointed courts for your next hot dinner date.

Funny girl: Lily posted this amusing picture to Instagram writing: 'In bed with a vicar and my sisters husband #ppzmovie #prideandprejudiceandzombies #parsoncollins #bingley #elizabethbennett @ppzmovie'Lily has admitted that she wasn't exactly impressed when she first read the script, telling Marie Claire: 'When I saw the e-mail from my agent, I was like, This sounds terrible!

Then within 20 pages of the script, I thought, This is so cool!

This year’s Costume Institute Gala Benefit celebrates the opening of the Manus x Machina: Fashion in an Age of Technology exhibition.

in which he plays Romeo (he beat out over 300 prospects for the coveted role! Learn more about what Douglas has in common with Emma Watson and Bella Thorne and how he got his start in the biz. Like fave Bella Thorne, Douglas is dyslexic as well, but that didn’t deter him from dreams of stardom.

At 12-years-old, DB played Agamemnon in a school production.

“I struggled with dyslexia when I was young, so I knew that whatever I did it wouldn’t be academic.

And Lily James reunited with her boyfriend Matt Smith in a professional capacity on Tuesday as they stopped off for an interview on Miami-based TV show Despierta America to promote the horror/romance spoof.