With a slew of other A-list females attending the Academy Of Motion Picture Arts And Sciences’ Hollywood Costume Luncheon in Los Angeles on Wednesday, Gwyneth Paltrow made sure all eyes would be on her by slipping into a figure-hugging white mesh-detailed dress and a pair of stunning two-tone lace-up sandals. Hilary Swank, Cameron Diaz, Roseanna Arquette, and Lori Loughlin were among the high profile celebrities at the event, so you can understand why dear Gwynie had to step it up.
Gwyneth Paltrow attends the Academy Of Motion Picture Arts And Sciences’ Hollywood Costume Luncheon in Los Angeles with other A-list stars on October 8, 2014
You have to admit, Gwyneth looks stunnning in these photos. In fact, she looks way better than the rest of the famous faces who graced the occasion — Cameron Diaz included. If I could name a close contender, that would be Lori Loughlin — and that’s because I love her colorblock outfit. Other than that, however, Gwyneth, with her one-of-a-kind LWD and fancy lace-up sandals, is the clear winner here. Would you agree?
Cameron Diaz, Roseanna Arquette, Hilary Swank, and Lori Loughlin also attended the event while dressed to impress
Gwyneth’s structured white dress is from Rouland Mouret, but I’ve yet to find out where she scored her lace-up shoes. I tried locating them online but couldn’t find any information. I may have to wait a day or two before someone finally IDs them.
In the meantime, however, allow me to leave you with these exquisite two-tone sandals from Alexandre Birman. These python and suede strappy heels feature 4.25-inch-tall stilettos, padded insoles, and a lace-up back design detailed with long ties.
Alexandre Birman Python and Suede Lace Up Sandals, $795
Wear the sandals with a white shift dress to channel Gwyneth’s style. For the ladies on a budget, you can try grabbing the By Malene Birger Petrea sandals below, which are currently on sale at $178 (from $595). They also feature a two-tone python and suede design.
By Malene Birger Petrea Lace Up Sandals, $178.50 (was $595)