Stylewatch 2012: Will the Stars Meryl Streep from “Iron Lady” Emma Stone in “The Help” and Michelle Williams from “A Week with Marilyn” Dress In Character At the 18th Screen Actors Guild Awards?

SAG-nominated biopics and period films are racking up applause for its fashion as much as its overall cinematic values.

Style onlookers are abuzz on whether the brilliant costume design on films such as My Week with Marilyn, Iron Lady, and The Help will sway red carpet style choices during the 18th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards this January 29th.

As costumes have been known to influence the world of fashion, many are waiting to see which influences from these SAG acclaimed films will manifest on the red carpet.

SAG nominee Michelle Williams was totally in character for her portrayal of legendary vixen Marilyn Monroe with the latter’s signature beauty mark, platinum locks and hourglass figure.

Meryl Streep, also SAG nominated for her role as Margaret Thatcher, achieved doppelganger to a T with Mrs. T’s trademark fitted suit accessorized by the all-important brooch and a string of pearls.

Emma Stone, a SAG ensemble cast contender, was a definite ’60s babe as she tackled her character Skeeter Phelan in The Help.