Naomi Watts In Marchesa – ‘The Impossible’ Madrid Premiere

Naomi Watts was in Spain last night for the Madrid premiere of her latest movie ‘The Impossible’.

The actress wore a dress by her favourite designers: Marchesa.

Her white jacquard knee-length dress with voluminous shoulders from the Resort 2013 collection was styled with a Louis Vuitton striped mother-of-pearl clutch, Chopard earrings and Christian Louboutin ‘Summerissima’ sandals.

I love this look from the ankles up. Although these Louboutin heels have been worn on the red carpet by Taylor Swift in her J. Mendel gown, they don’t feel dressy enough for her Marchesa look.

Gold strappy sandals would’ve been preferred.

Sultry rouge lips and wavy blonde locks completed her look.

Are you equally irked by her sandals?

Credit: FameFlynet & Style.com

28 thoughts on “Naomi Watts In Marchesa – ‘The Impossible’ Madrid Premiere

  1. Jess2

    Love the dress and the lip but she really needed to have her hair up like the model! The sandals aren’t great either.

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  2. Arlena

    Oh dear, this is wrong in so many ways! The hair needs to be up, trade the shoes for those on the model, add a clutch that matches, and cut a few inches off the bottom to make the whole outfit a bit more flattering. Leave the make up though, it’s perfect.

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  3. Noemi

    Even if I don’t like the shoes, at least not with this beautiful dress (maybe without the platform they could be great), and the hem could have been done better, I think it could be BDOTW worthy.

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  4. robbie

    it looks like something that joan collins would wear in dynasty. i cant see shoulder pads anymore without thinking of hilary devey from dragons den.

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  5. Dhppy

    I disagree with the Dynasty references some have made. Yes, the shoulders are big, but the 80′s looks never had shoulders that were sculptural like this. I think the dress is lovely, and well thought out. I am, however, missing the belt. The shoes, I could go either way on. They certainly work with the handbag.

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  6. shap_half

    I think this is one of her worst looks. Naomi usually looks very elegant – this looks super kitschy in a bad way. On the model, it looks ok, but on Naomi, it looks really off-putting

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  7. EmmaWoodhouse

    At first glance I thought this was Madonna. Weird, right? I guess it must be the hair.
    I love the dress on the model, but once again Naomi disappoints in this collection. it does look *nice* on her, but it also makes her look a bit broad-shouldered and I’m missing the belt. Her clutch and shoes don’t really go with the look either, thought they are nice. I wish that she had chosen a sparkly clutch and sparkly peeptoes.

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  8. Sara

    Funny I think she looks absolutely beautiful. Shoes aren’t my favorite, but I’m willing to overlook. But when I read the comments, I can’t help but wonder if we are seeing the same thing. LOL

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  9. Joan

    The dress is beautiful on the model but I dont like it on naomi her shoulders look du broad for my liking.

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  10. lu

    I like the dress. shoes are not perfect, but not bad either. I only dislike the hair, she really needed to have an updo. Overall it`s an ok look

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  11. Nadine

    I’m irked more by the shoulders…started from the bottom & thought the shoes added to the forties vibe.

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  12. Hannah

    I wouldn’t say that the sandals are necessarily nto dressy, but more not in keeping with the rest of the look. They are very modern and sleek and fresh, which is why they work with modern gowns, like Taylor’s j Mendel, but this look is more vintage inspired and ladylike, so a more delicate shoe would be better.

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  13. taksi

    I thought it was Madonna at first…that’s not good. The shoulders look horrible on her.

    She wears white an awful lot as well.

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