In case you’ve been too busy to read the celebrity blogs, Sandra Bullock has a new boyfriend. Of course, that’s not the main reason why the news is fuss-worthy. It’s because Sandy’s boy-toy is a hottie. He’s Bryan Randall, a model slash photographer whom she met after the he was hired to photograph Sandra’s son for his graduation.
If you want to know how hot Bryan is, check out the photo below. He’s got the salt n’ pepper hair down pat. That, plus chiseled features, a penetrating gaze, and a ripped body make him the perfect arm candy. Simply said, he’s the kind of guy you’ll go ga-ga over.
Model and photographer, Bryan Randall, is Sandra Bullock’s new boyfriend
You can totally understand why Sandra fell for him. Yes?
Early this week, the actress brought her man to the LA premiere of her new movie, Our Brand in Crisis. Bryan was content to sit on the sidelines in a classic black suit as Sandra posed for the press in her flowy printed gown from J. Mendel. The piece was detailed with cutouts, a high-low hemline, and a sheer skirt that exposed Sandy’s legs. She complemented the number with defined eyes, a black clutch, and classic but sexy ankle-strap sandals.
Sandra Bullock attends the premiere of Our Brand in Crisis held in Los Angeles on October 26, 2015
Sandra Bullock seen leaving the event with new boyfriend, Bryan Randall
How do you find Sandra’s outfit for the evening?
It’s a little more daring than her usual. Then again, maybe the choice had something to do with Mr. Randall. Maybe she wanted to look sexy for him.
Sandra’s dreamy dress isn’t available online, but here’s another piece from J. Mendel that is just as beautiful. This one is also detailed with cutouts, but has a one-shoulder neckline:
J. Mendel One Shoulder Empress Gown, $2205 (was $4900)
Sandra’s elegant sandals are none other than the Stuart Weitzman Nudist. While it’s hard to decipher specifically which variant she wore, I’d like to think she went with the Nudist in goosebump black:
What I like about this particular pair is the texture. If you want an upgrade from the usual smooth leather, satin, or velvet, the “goosebump” would be a great alternative. You can find the sandals online. They retail at $415.