Julianna Margulies In Bottega Veneta – 2013 Ripple of Hope Awards Dinner

Julianna Margulies In Bottega Veneta -  2013 Ripple of Hope Awards Dinner

Julianna Margulies attended the 2013 Ripple of Hope awards dinner held at the New York Hilton on Wednesday evening (December 11) in New York City.

Sporting a shimmering hot-red lip, the ‘Good Wife’ actress wore her third dual-colour look in a row, wearing a Bottega Veneta Fall 2013 dress which oozes modern femininity.

Her nude wool-flannel dress with densely embroidered vertical lines of lacquered black raffia was styled with black pumps, a Bottega Veneta signature woven clutch and diamond-encrusted rose-gold drop earrings.

This is yet another classic frock given a contemporary twist which keeps me interested, with effortless styling to give the look a sophisticated flourish.

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8 Responses to Julianna Margulies In Bottega Veneta – 2013 Ripple of Hope Awards Dinner

  1. dee December 13, 2013 at 14:03 #

    The dress is OK, it’s look a little too big on her. Hair and makeup are lovely.

  2. Charlotte December 13, 2013 at 14:15 #

    Not flaterring at all !
    This is so much better on the model (dress and styling).

    • kane December 13, 2013 at 16:27 #

      +1

  3. Christine December 13, 2013 at 15:16 #

    I kinda like the dress

  4. Nat39 December 13, 2013 at 18:10 #

    The skirt is a bit too big/bulky on her, much prefer it on the runway, but it’s a good look otherwise, sophisticated, elegant, loving her classy styling.

  5. Alina December 13, 2013 at 19:09 #

    From the side, it’s gorgeous!

  6. Yeliz December 13, 2013 at 20:21 #

    The shoes could’ve been better, but I love the dress.

  7. Serenity December 13, 2013 at 20:40 #

    I think this would have been amazing in person. It didn’t translate so well in pictures, though, I’m afraid. The structured detail at the hip is undefined, and gets lost, simply making her look bulky. The shiny, lacquered raffia also loses its uniqueness entirely, when, in actuality, I’m sure its visually and texturally stunning. It’s also a tad long. I love her attempt at something so fashion-forward, and her hair and makeup-especially that ruby red lip is ravishing. She is beautiful no matter what.

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