The Little Women cast came out in full force for their New York City premiere.
Much like the March sisters they play in the film, Emma Watson, Florence Pugh, Eliza Scanlen and Saoirse Ronan showed off their individual styles on Saturday night. Watson was quick to turn heads in a "cool girl" Balenciaga look, which featured her gothic gown tucked into her thigh-high boot.
"If I'm a cool girl, this is what the cool girls are doing," the 29-year-old actress told ET's Keltie Knight on the red carpet. Watson, who plays Meg March in Greta Gerwig's adaptation of the classic Louisa May Alcott novel, noted her costumes in the film weren't as comfortable. "Corsets aren't that comfortable. But [they're] worth it," Watson said.
Pugh, who plays Amy March, wowed in a blue Valentino gown. "I thought in true Amy fashion to be very loud and maybe be a bow and maybe also dress like a present," she told ET of her look.
Scanlen also went for a statement ensemble, sporting an all-white gown with a high neck and puffy sleeves from Khaite's FW 2019 collection. The actress, who plays Beth March, said she felt "very princess-like. "Oh my god, yeah [it's more comfortable than costumes]. There's a bunch less layers," she confessed.
Like Watson, Ronan, 25, went for a bit of a darker look. "We're so in sync. We had no idea [we were matching]," the actress, who plays Jo March, told ET of her Gucci ensemble.
Timothee Chalamet, meanwhile, proved why he consistently makes Best Dressed lists in an Alexander McQueen suit. "Not true!" he told ET of his position as the "Best Dressed Man in the World." "Not expecting that, very random. But thank you."
"I mean, look at him!" Ronan said of her co-star. "He is [stylish]."
Greta Gerwig, who wrote and directed the coming-of-age period drama, meanwhile opened up to ET about the reception Little Women has gotten so far. She said she'd be "thrilled" if the movie were to be recognized at the upcoming Golden Globes; nominations will be announced on Monday.
"Listen, I would be thrilled. The Golden Globes... the HFPA were the first organization to really recognize things I was doing back when I was making really indie movies. I did a movie called Frances Ha, and they nominated me, and it was out of nowhere and it was so exciting. And it would mean a lot. But also -- if it doesn't happen, that's OK," Gerwig said.
"It would mean everything. Any recognition like that feels just extraordinary," she added.
Little Women hits theaters on Dec. 25. See more on the film in the video below.