Sandra Bullock is probably one of the coolest people in Hollywood, yes?
Besides her acting chops, her ability to connect with different types of audiences and star in multiple movie genres has made her a fan favorite. In fact, at the 2014 People’s Choice Awards held last Wednesday, she picked up a total of four (4) awards — favorite movie actress, favorite comedic movie actress, favorite dramatic movie actress, and favorite movie duo with “Gravity” co-star George Clooney. That’s a whole lot of awards!
But here’s the thing, there’s another reason why fans love Sandy (I am obviously a huge fan as well) — she always looks good on the red carpet. Her style isn’t the jaw-dropping kind like Beyonce’s, nor is it the always-effortlessly-chic kind like Olivia Palermo’s, but it’s simple, elegant, and refined. She dresses appropriately for her age, but certainly not in a boring or old-fashioned way.
At the PCAs, she arrived in a gorgeously printed Peter Pilotto dress that flattered her figure, and finished the frock with a pair of yellow ombre snake-print pointy pumps. The combination of colored pattern on (exotic) texture was completely unexpected, but she nailed the look like a pro. Suffice to say, she was one of the best dressed gals at the event.
Sandra Bullock attends the 2014 People’s Choice Awards, January 8, 2014
Wow. Even at 49 she looks amazing! It’s hard to tell if she’s done botox on her face, but she looks really good for her age. Would you agree?
Now about Sandra’s shoes, those are from Kurt Geiger. They’re called the “Bond” pumps. They feature a slightly d’Orsay-ish silhouette, sexy pointy toes, and really pin-thin 3.75-inch tall heels. They’re the kind of shoes a lady would wear, and they are drop dead stunning.
Kurt Geiger Bond Pumps in Yellow Snake Leather, $385
The exotic pattern is simply fascinating to look at, no? It makes you want to try on a pair and not take them off. The one good thing about these Kurt Geiger pumps is that they are accessible to normal girls like us who have bills to pay. These heels retail at $385 — yes, still a little pricey, but certainly attainable. Will you grab a pair?