I’m a Julianne Moore fan. I think she’s a great actress and a stunning beauty for someone her age. I also like how she takes fashion risks on the red carpet. Always, she never fails to surprise the audience with her sartorial choices. I’m sure she will look wonderful in simple and elegant Calvin Klein pieces, but I like that she favors more adventurous styles that challenge stereotypes.
For the Palm Springs Film Festival held over the weekend where she got an award for her role on Still Alice, Julianne wore a youthful-looking red frock detailed with off-shoulder sleeves and a drop-waist skirt fashioned with salmon-hued tulle fabric.
It was another unexpected piece from the actress, and color of the frock really suited her alabaster skin tone. However, I kind of wish the dress had a bit more shape. While it looked wonderful in motion, it sadly appeared like a sack when she stood still for the cameras.
Julianne Moore attends the 2015 Palm Springs Film Festival on January 4, 2015
How do you like Julianne’s latest red carpet choice?
Besides the boxy shape, the tulle layer at the bottom is a little distracting. However, as a whole, I think she managed to pull it off — not with flying colors, but well enough not to look silly. Would you agree?
Julianne’s dress is from Delpozo’s spring 2015 collection. I don’t think it’s available yet, but you’re free to check with your favorite high-end department store in case they off pre-orders.
Julianne’s nude ankle-strap sandals, on the other hand, are by Givenchy. As to which style, I’ve yet to figure out. They look very similar to these sandals from the label, but without the platforms and with thicker straps.
You can find the Nadia sandals online. If it’s the blush-nude color you love, feel free to check out other affordable labels. The style is nothing extraordinary so you can easily replace it with something similar, such as these sandals from Coach that will not cost you more than $200:
Coach Josephine Glitter Sandals, $148 (was $248)