Julia Roberts shines in a beaded McQueen dress for ‘Ticket to Paradise’ – Footwear News
With George Clooney by her side, Julia Roberts attended the world premiere of ‘Ticket To Paradise’ at Odeon Luxe Leicester Square in London. Wearing custom Alexander McQueen, Roberts dominated the red carpet, making her ensemble one to remember.
The ‘Pretty Women’ actress wore a textured black dress with a plunging neckline and trailing train, adorned with silver beads in the shape of hearts, flowers and lettering. Over the embellished garment, Roberts wore a cropped structured black blazer that dressed the ensemble even more, giving the dress an elegant suit-style twist.
Roberts accessorized minimally with silver drop earrings and a matching black diamond. The comedian styled her dark tresses in a middle part with thick curls framing her face, while her makeup was accentuated and natural, topped with smokey eyes, blush and a pale pink matte lip.
Although her shoes are not visible, Roberts has a knack for gravitating towards the most comfortable and chic styles. The Hollywood darling’s shoe choices often vary between bohemian, contemporary and edgy styles. When not on duty, the “Unfabulous” actress’s pairs range from Ferragamo platform sandals to Ugg boots, prioritizing ease and comfort. However, she frequently wears more versatile pairs, such as Valentino or Alexander McQueen Chelsea boots, Frankie4 sandals and Gucci mules.
When she walks the red carpet, Roberts often dons neutral or embellished pointy-toe pumps, strappy sandals and ankle boots from brands such as Christian Louboutin, Prada and Chloe Gosselin.
“Ticket to Paradise” is an upcoming romantic comedy film directed by Ol Parker and written by Parker and Daniel Pipski. The film stars George Clooney and Julia Roberts, who also produced it. The star-studded film sees a divorced couple team up and travel to Bali to stop their daughter from making the same mistake they think they made 25 years ago.
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