Sandra Bullock In Emilio Pucci – ‘The Heat’ Sydney Premiere

Sandra Bullock In Emilio Pucci - 'The Heat’ Sydney Premiere

Following this morning’s photocall, Sandra Bullock changed into another look for ‘The Heat’ premiere held at Event Cinemas in Sydney, Australia this evening.

Opting for something a little more laidback, the actress wore an Emilio Pucci embellished white tunic dress, with a tie detail at the neckline reducing the depth of the plunge.

Complementing the sparkle on her mini, she styled her look with gold strappy sandals and diamond stud earrings.

Unlike Gwyneth Paltrow, who didn’t budge in the hair department when on tour for ‘Iron Man 3′, Sandy teased her glossy brunette tresses into a purposely messy high bun.

Both looks for Sydney are great and, while this one shows off her best assets – her legs – the sleek Alberta Ferretti look was my favourite of the two.

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14 thoughts on “Sandra Bullock In Emilio Pucci – ‘The Heat’ Sydney Premiere

  1. CreoleLady

    At first I thought I liked the Ferretti better by far but this look is growing on me. The dress looks pale blue on my screen though, so maybe that helps. The shoes are fabulous.

  2. dee

    I wasn’t crazy about the other look. That dress looked like a slip. This dress however is awesome on her. She looks great.

  3. Nat39

    Don’t care for this look on her at all…the uninspiring shirt silhouette, the frumpy neckline and embellishments, much prefer her sleek Alberta Ferretti.

  4. Marybeth

    This is just okay. I’m not crazy about the dress, which looks like an overgrown and rather baggy peasant blouse. The hair is a bit too messy, too just-running-down-to-the-corner-store.
    Those shoes (and those legs) are so fine that I’ll give her a pass — but I like the Alberta Ferretti much better.


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