Sandra Bullock Oscars 2013: Single Actress Wows In Elie Saab After Academy Awards Hiatus
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Sandra Bullock stole stares at the 2013 Oscars as she walked down the red carpet wearing an incredible black and silver gown by Elie Saab. The starlet's full-length dress was fully embroidered and was embellished with cap-sleeves that showed off Bullock's amazing arms!
And although Bullock's gown may have looked conservative at first glance, the Elie Saab lacy beaded ensemble gave the Academy Awards a sneak peek at her gorgeous body with its subtle see-through characteristic.
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The 48-year-old looked absolutely stunning as she shimmered in her sheer couture gown and dazzling Harry Winston jewels. Everything about Bullock's ensemble radiated with beauty from her captivating hair piece down to her jaw dropping jewels. The actress even rocked a sparkling Daniel Swarovski clutch with a chunky gold chain. But even the most alluring accessories couldn't take away from how gorgeous Bullock is. The simplicity of her makeup and hair was flawless.
Bullock never ceases to amaze! The last time she was seen on the red carpet was back in 2010 when she won the award for "Best Actress" for her leading role in "The Blindside." The Academy Award winner wore a Marchesa silver beaded gown with an embroidered bodice that took the phrase "timeless beauty" to another level.
Despite her short absence from the Oscars, Bullock didn't seem rusty as she presented the award for "Best Film Editing," which was won by "Argo." However, the actress did seem to have a minor problem trying to open the envelope giving us this hysterical gif, which you can see HERE.
Although Bullock wasn't nominated for the 2013 Oscars there's no denying the talent of this woman. The year Bullock won "Best Actress" she was also juggling a newly adopted baby in addition to splitting with her husband Jesse James. The strength of Bullock is admired by many and so is her style. Seriously, this girl knows how to dress!
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