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Bullock opts for lace

Published 11/10/2013

Sandra Bullock
Sandra Bullock

Sandra Bullock showed off her amazing legs at the London Film Festival yesterday.

The actress attended the London Film Festival event in the UK yesterday, wearing a beautiful black dress by Stella McCartney.

Shunning the red carpet trend for long gowns, Sandra picked a hemline that finished well above the knee.

The short number was a perfect excuse for the 49-year-old to show off her toned legs, which she further accentuated with peep-toe heels by Charlotte Olympia.

Sandra clearly wanted to keep the focus on her amazing figure, as she left her hair and beauty look relatively simple.

The star picked a dark red lipstick, which is one of fall's hottest colours and looked perfect with her black dress.

Complementing her perfect dewy complexion was pink blusher and gorgeous smoky eye make-up.

Her brunette locks were left centre parted and worn slightly tousled in beachy waves.

In contrast to her London look, Sandra went for all white at the New York Gravity premiere earlier this month.

The star opted for a short dress again, but this time picked bright white Giambattista Valli, which she accessorised with heels in the same colour by Giuseppe Zanotti.

Sandra wore her hair super sleek and straight and finished the look off with gold hoop earrings, subtle eye make-up and nude lips.

While she was joined by her dapper co-star George Clooney for the American red carpet, the silver-haired actor was missing in London.

Instead she was joined by the film's director Alfonso Cuarón in the UK.

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