Viola Davis has been regarded as the queen of the red carpet because of her remarkable style. It was reported that the "How To Get Away With Murder" star's style is brilliant in its simplicity to the point that he is always going for simple trends but there is a clear focus.
According to E! News, reviewing her best looks over the years, it is very noticeable that Davis always pays attention to necklines, hues and fabrics, and even silhouettes but she is not really trying to go viral and trendy on the red carpet. Despite this, Viola is just attempting to wear the most flattering gown suitable for her figure and she nails this.
Viola's fashion has been regarded as something classic which means that what she wore sometime in 2012 can still be worn perhaps tomorrow. With this, for those who are looking for something to wear to a wedding or any event, this actress can be an inspiration.
Apart from those already mentioned, it was also claimed that Viola is regarded as the master of what people usually considered as something flattering like necklines that emphasize her tone shoulders, colors that match her color and cinched waistlines. Surely, women can learn many things from the wardrobe of Davis.
Those were the reasons why Viola always wins the red carpet and even if there are no big events, her wardrobes are still noteworthy. Besides from her stunning looks each time she appears on the red carpet, Viola just gave an amazing speech last time in an awards show.
Meanwhile, according to Essence, the Academy Award-winning actress just got candid about the efforts and the works it really takes to make a successful marriage. According to Davis, marriage does not start when the man and the wife say their vows. Instead, she claimed that this starts when either of the couple realizes something about ending up with the person then saying how they love each other more than anything and sticking with it.
Viola Davis has been married to fellow actor and JuVee Productions co-founder Julius Tennon. After having been married for 14 years, the actress shared the biggest lessons she's learned and that is to work done day-by-day to keep the union.