Nicole Kidman sure cut a sophisticated figure as she visited the Royal Haymarket Theatre in London over the weekend. The actress, who is in the city to film a new project, decided to take a moment to support Bradley Cooper in his performance of The Elephant Man on Saturday.
For the viewing, Nicole kept her outfit understated via a navy pencil skirt teamed with a matching high-neck blouse. To add a dash of splash to the simple pairing, she belted the pullover on the waist and wore a structured blazer to beat the cold weather.
The statuesque award-winning beauty barely wore any jewelry save for a watch, but she did finish the whole mix with a sexy set of ankle-strap stilettos. The shoes followed a pointed d’Orsay silhouette, a really flattering pair that was for more interesting than your classic black pumps.
Nicole Kidman arrives at Park Lane in London to film a new project, August 1, 2015
After fulfilling her duties, Nicole visits the Royal Haymarket Theatre to watch Bradley Cooper perform on the stage, August 1, 2015
I love her outfit. It’s very elegant. What about you, any thoughts on her attire?
I actually like how she topped off the three-piece suit with sexy d’Orsay pumps. A classic shoe style would have been too boring, and it would have made her look a little blah. In fact, if you ever want to spice up a classic suit, try the same d’orsay ankle-strap silhouette. It’s a whole lot sexier.
Unfortunately, I couldn’t find any information on Nicole”s fancy shoes. Up close, they feature rounded buckles at the ankles straps and vamps that are cut in a more angular manner — kind of like the Gianvito Rossi “Portofino” sandals, but with pointed and closed toes instead of single-band straps on the front.
A closer look at Nicole’s shoes
What do you think, are Nicole’s pumps from Gianvito Rossi?
I think they are. They’re not available online, but a similar variant with clear PVC panels can be had if you’re interested to check ’em out.
Other alternatives you can consider would be these pumps from Gucci and Alexander Wang. They’re less expensive by a few hundreds: