Belfast Telegraph

Tuesday 22 July 2014

Jessica Alba sparkled at ESPYS

Jessica Alba

A host of stunning actresses graced the red carpet at the 2014 ESPYS in Los Angeles yesterday.

The 33-year-old actress looked simply stunning in her gold and silver embellished Elie Saab cocktail dress, which featured a structured origami shape neckline. It's midi length gave it a classy feel, while the sparkling finish stood out beautifully against Jessica's deep tan.

To accessorise she wore silver Brian Atwood strappy heels, rings by Bulgari, Graziela Gems and Casato and cute Melissa Kaye Jewellery ear cuffs.

Her brunette locks were worn down and straight, and she created a warm smoky-eye to complete the look.

During the ceremony she joined Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson to present the ESPY for best moment to the USA Vs. Ghana World Cup soccer match.

Also in attendance last night was Cameron Diaz, who defied her 41 years in a spaghetti-strapped, low cut black dress by Reed Krakoff. With this she rocked black Prada shoes and a simple Cartier necklace for a touch of sparkle.

Her bright pink lipstick made her lips pop, and her blonde tresses were styled into loose curls.

She and her Sex Tape co-star Jason Segel posed for photos together on the red carpet, then presented the award for breakthrough athlete to Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman.

Jordana Brewster took out at the event too in a nude DSquared2 dress, which featured gorgeous embellishment at the bottom made up of different coloured gems. The colour of her Kurt Geiger shows matched the outfit, and she pinned her dark hair back into an elegant up-do.

Iggy Azalea took a leaf out of Jessica's book and also opted for a Elie Saab number, however her black asymmetric dress with a thigh-high slit had more of a sultry look. She and beau Nick Young, who covered the red carpet fashion for ESPN, looked loved up as they made their way into the Nokia Theatre L.A. Live.

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