Reese Witherspoon Dares To Flaunt Her Cleavage in a Bold Dress

Reese Witherspoon was looking glamorous with the cleavage! She was spotted on Monday night at TIFF 2014 red carpet. She was there to attend premiere of her second film at the fest named “Wild”. Reese wore glamorous one-sleeved attire which was black in color and had a deadly cutout at front. The blonde hair were parted one side that made her sharp jaw-line highlighted. She wore an asymmetrical Saint Laurent frock, as she walked the red carpet and completed her look with Giuseppe Zanotti sandals.

What made her appearance classy was makeup by artist Lauren Andersen, who has worked with Amanda Seyfried and Jessica Alba. She was made to look like “Old Hollywood Glam” look. Witherspoon was seen with her eyes highlighted with black eyeliner, pink cheeks and dark red lips. This facial highlighting made her look bright even though she wore complete black attire! The Wild actress stunned everyone at the event!

Reese Witherspoon Dares To Flaunt Her Cleavage in a Bold Dress

Her polished look at the show was the complete opposite how she appears as innocent as flower in her movie ‘Wild’. In the film she plays role of an angry woman who walks 1,000-mile trek into an abandoned region. Reese in the movie survives the hostile environment only because of her strong determination and help she receives from unknown people. The lady who is mother of three kids is totally without make-up in the whole film.

The star was looking wonderful on Sunday as she attended premiere of “The Good Lie”. But whatever she wore on Monday highlighted her figure like never before!

It looks like not only her fans but the star herself loved the way she looked on Monday as Witherspoon expressed her feelings on ‘Instagram’, with a thankful caption. She said, “Amazing night I will never forget! Thank you @hairbyadir @lauren_andersen @saintlaurent @lesliefremar and all the wonderful fans #Toronto #TIFF #WILDmovie.”


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