CULTUREThe Demure Felicity Jones: See the Rogue One Actress’ Style Evolutionby Sue Williamson01.09.17The actress, who has starred in “The Theory of Everything,” “A Monster Calls” and “Rogue One: A Star Wars Story”, makes a modern case for covering up on the red carpet. See her best ensembles here.1Getty ImagesFelicity Jones began her press tour for “The Theory of Everything” on a high note at the HFPA 2014 Toronto Film Festival Celebration. An elegant black dress from Armani Privé’s Fall 2014 collection paired with pointed black pumps set the tone for a classic, old Hollywood wardrobe.2Getty ImagesThe British actress followed up with another classic silhouette for “The Theory of Everything” premiere at the Toronto Film Festival. The star kept things simple with a cool braided updo and cinched Balenciaga dress.3Getty ImagesA peach tea-length dress from Erdem’s Pre-Fall 2014 collection was just the ticket for a sitting at the NKPR It Lounge Portrait Studio during the Toronto Film Festival. Black ankle-strap pumps added dimension while tousled bangs kept things modern.4Getty ImagesVeering from her Hepburn-esque tendencies, Jones donned a Dior Resort 2015 high-neck blouse and skirt for an appearance during the Toronto Film Festival. With straightened hair and metallic gold sandals, the monochromatic ensemble lacked the “wow” factor of her previous looks.5Getty ImagesJones redeemed herself at “The Theory of Everything” New York premiere in a black lace Elie Saab gown, Ana Khouri diamond earrings, and a black smoky eye worthy of the red carpet.6Getty ImagesA vintage Chanel turtleneck and Paule Ka trousers were stylishly appropriate for a special Academy-hosted screening of “The Theory of Everything” in New York. Fresh-faced makeup, an effortless updo, and Manolo Blahnik Mary Janes made this a total win.7Getty ImagesThe actress stunned at “The Theory of Everything” L.A. premiere in a pink satin Dior gown and Van Cleef & Arpels earrings.8Getty ImagesJones looked effortlessly cool at a BAFTA celebration in Los Angeles. Messy bangs added an edge to the Burberry trench, Miu Miu dress, and Kurt Geiger pumps.9Getty ImagesWearing Christopher Kane and a new hairstyle at the BAFTA Awards, Jones made the medium black dress the coolest thing around.10Getty ImagesShowing no signs of slowing down—or sacrificing her demure tendencies—Jones stunned at a screening of “The Theory of Everything” in a navy fit-and-flare Fendi dress and pointed black pumps. A cool collar and a dark eye added just enough detail.11Getty ImagesWhile a strapless midi-length dress wouldn’t be considered “daring” for most actresses, for Jones it is. Covering up on the bottom with a low hemline dress by Jonathan Saunders and black Saint Laurent ankle-strap shoes, the actress accentuated her bare shoulders with a sleek straight ‘do and a smokey eye.12Getty ImagesAn awkward asymmetric hairstyle stole the focus from an otherwise flattering Prada look at the Governor’s Awards in L.A. Hey, sometimes new things just don’t work.13bJones’s modest impulses and modern trends collided at an event in L.A. With a mod look from Saint Laurent. Black tights, black shoes, and sideswept hair made for a literal head-to-toe win.14Getty ImagesContinuing to tip toe toward an edgier style, Jones donned an embellished black Alexander McQueen Resort 2015 gown, with a sheer skirt that revealed a pair of black hot shorts beneath. Black nail polish and emerald eyeliner kept things cool on the beauty front.15Getty ImagesMetallic silver pumps added sparkle to a crisp white Dior dress for a casual appearance in New York.16Getty ImagesThe London premiere of “The Theory of Everything” called for something formal. Jones’s regal Dior Haute Couture dress and metallic pink pumps delivered—and looked right at home on the royal blue carpet.17Getty ImagesThe Theory of Everything actress Felicity Jones exuded elegance in a cool sheer black dress from the Dolce & Gabbana Spring 2015 collection. A sleek ponytail and subtle smoky eye helped the actress maintain a youthful edge.18Getty ImagesFelicity Jones continued her modest tendencies in a black and periwinkle Christian Dior Spring 2015 couture gown.19Getty imagesFelicity Jones in Mulberry.20Getty Images.Olivier Theyskens and Felicity Jones in Theyskens’ Theory at the Met Gala.21Getty Images for Sony Pictures EntertainmentWhile promoting the film Inferno, Jones wore a modest ensemble in Florence, Italy.22Getty ImagesIs that a bit of skin we see?23Getty Images for Sony PicturesActress Felicity Jones attends the photocall for “Inferno” in Berlin wearing a white turtleneck under a black dress.24Dave Benett/Getty Images for HarBritish Actress award winner Felicity Jones attends the Harper’s Bazaar Women of the Year Awards 2016 in a color-blocked dress.25Getty ImagesFelicity Jones attended the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences’ 8th Annual Governors Awards in a stately gown.26Getty ImagesJones attended a post-screening event for “A Monster Calls” at the Toronto International Film Festival in a ruffled gown.27Getty ImagesThe actress looked chic and ladylike in a white dress at Burberry’s show during London Fashion Week.28Dave Benett/Getty ImagesJones attended a VIP screening of “A Monster Calls” in London wearing a long black dress.29Getty ImagesThe actress wore a ladylike number to promote the film “Rogue One: A Star Wars Story.”30Getty ImagesJones wore a prim blue dress in London.31Getty ImagesJones poses with Diego Luna and “Rogue One: A Star Wars Story” director Gareth Edwards in Mexico City.32Getty ImagesThe actress visits the SiriusXM Studio in a long printed dress.33Getty ImagesActress Felicity Jones attended the premiere of “Rogue One: A Star Wars Story” in a glamorous gown.34Getty ImagesJones was the picture of elegance at the launch event for “Rogue One: A Star Wars Story” at Tate Modern in London.35Getty ImagesJones attended the “Rogue One: A Star Wars Story” photocall in London.36Getty ImagesJones wore Gucci to the 74th Annual Golden Globe Awards at The Beverly Hilton Hotel on January 8, 2017 in Beverly Hills, California.