Belfast Telegraph

Saturday 1 November 2014

Olivia Wilde glistens in Gucci

Olivia Wilde
Olivia Wilde
Olivia Wilde
Olivia Wilde
Olivia Wilde

Olivia Wilde wowed on the red carpet in a dazzling Gucci gown last night.

The actress attended the premiere of her new movie The Incredible Burt Wonderstone in Hollywood where she dazzled in the shimmering floor length number.

The 29-year-old added a pair of classic black killer heels by Charlotte Olympia and an Edie Parker clutch bag to complete her look.

Olivia's gown featured intricate lace detailing on the front which made her ensemble particularly eye-catching.

When the star turned around she revealed her toned and tanned exposed back.

The actress swept her ombre hair behind one ear and highlighted her lean and long arms with gold bangles on her wrists.

Joining Olivia at the event were her co-stars Steve Carell and Jim Carrey.

Musician Steve Tyler lead the men's fashion pack by donning a stand-out ensemble of leather trousers, white shirt, pinstriped tailcoat and plenty of jewellery.

Olivia recently got engaged to her beau Jason Sudeikis. In an interview with the US edition of Marie Claire magazine the stunning star revealed she was insecure about her appearance when they first met.

"I thought, I'm not beautiful enough or his type. I couldn't wait to sit down and hear him talk," Olivia revealed. "On our first date, in New York City, we closed the restaurant down at 2am! He didn't kiss me, and I was madly in love. I was overwhelmed."

Although her plans for the wedding are still not set in stone, Olivia has had some wedding dress ideas.

"My dream is to have it close to New York [where they live]. I love dressing up, and I want to design my own dress. I want to get friends involved because they have all protected and encouraged us," Olivia gushed.

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