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From Kid-Next-Door To Hollywood Glamour Girl: ScarJo's Star Style Evolution

May 8 2010, Published 12:10 p.m. ET

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Scarlett Johansson was just a teenager when she made her mark in Hollywood, playing a vulnerable and tragedy-struck child in the Golden Globe nominated movie The Horse Whisperer, and over the past decade she has transformed from a cute kid into a Hollywood glam girl.

Iron Man 2 hit theaters on Friday, so what better time to take a look at Scarlett’s Star Style Evolution?

In 1997, Scarlett stepped out onto one of her first major red carpets at the Independent Spirit Awards in Santa Monica, wearing a youthful, bright yellow

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sweater dress with clunky, platform sandals.

Over the next few years, her style remained amateur as she focused on perfecting her acting chops, meeting the press in bright colors, belly-baring ensembles, unflatteringly draped dresses and even Converse kicks!

Her pivotal red carpet moment came in 2004, when she attended the Academy Awards in truly regal style.

Gowned in a gorgeously green Alberta Ferretti floorlength, Woody Allen’s muse of the moment established herself with the style sect, bringing back classic, Old Hollywood glamour.

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Scarlett knows how to make the most of her amazing body, flaunting her curves in tasteful fashion---well, there was that one red dress at the 2006

Golden Globes.

Who can forget the moment when fashion designer Isaac Mizrahi groped ScarJo’s own, personal golden globes!?

Recently Scarlett left us breathless at the Los Angeles premiere of Iron Man 2, looking delightful in a white Armani Prive mini from the Spring 2010 lunar collection.

From kid-next-door to Hollywood glamour girl, check out the gallery in Style to see how Scarlett’s style has evolved over the years.

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