Salma Hayek looked every bit a senorita as she stepped off her car to attend the premiere of Tale of Tales held at Curzon Mayfair Cinema in London on Wednesday. The actress wore a fully embroidered frock that was fit for a queen. The dress was also embellished with pearls and detailed with pleated trimming, giving it a very opulent Victorian flavor. The actress then complemented the number with sky-high t-strap platform pumps that surely added inches to her petite frame.

Considering her husband is Francois Henri Pinault, I think it’s just fitting that Salma should look like royalty each time she makes an appearance. I mean, he is the CEO of Kering, the very group that owns brands like Gucci, Saint Laurent, Balenciaga, and Alexander McQueen.

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34D3887100000578-0-image-a-79_1464804924392Salma Hayek attends the Tale of Tales premiere at Curzon Mayfair Cinema in London on June 1, 2016

How do you like Salma’s latest red carpet choice, ladies? Do you approve, or do you think the dress looks too theatrical?

Salma’s fully embroidered frock and shoes are from Gucci. The dress is from the label’s fall 2016 collection, so if you fancy it, you’ll need to wait a while before you can get your hands on the piece. Her super tall shoes, however, are ready for the taking over on the Gucci website. They feature 2-inch-thick platforms, 6-inch-tall heels, and Feline head details on the vamps.

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425331_C9D00_1000_001_080_0000_Light-Leather-platform-pumpGucci Leather Platform Pumps with Feline Detail, $1200

I don’t know about you but I find these shoes very tall. You think you can rock a pair without breaking your ankles? The pumps retail at $1200, if you want them. I personally think they’re not worth it, but hey, you’re free to think otherwise.

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