Georgina Rodriguez once again stole the attention of the media when she arrived exuding her beauty and sensuality at the Venice Film Festival.
For the occasion she wore a red dress that highlighted her voluptuous attributes and was inspired by the one worn by actress Julia Roberts in the movie 'Pretty Woman'. in 1990.
The partner of soccer player Cristiano Ronaldo wore the seductive suit that was long and had a train, with a deep neckline at the top in the area of ??her breasts and having bare shoulders.
Rodriguez, in the style of Roberts in the film, added white gloves to give a touch of elegance to the outfit. Her dark hair was worn loose in a mermaid wave hairstyle with wet hair style and as a highlight accessory a Pasquale Bruni choker, which had diamonds and rubies.
To complete the ‘look’ She was wearing black patent platform boots that weren't visible because of the length of her dress, but that she almost fell in.
To show off her outfit, the influencer shared a carousel of photos on Instagram in which you can see in detail how she dressed and how incredible she looked.
The photographs Georgina published have already achieved almost two million ‘I like it’ and about seven thousand comments from Internet users.
“How pretty, dear! Pure glamour”; “What a spectacle of a woman! So Bella Gio”; “To be honest, the dress really isn't nice.” “Since you posted the photos and opened the comments, we have the right to comment on your appearance. It would have been nice if you had changed your hairstyle to an updo with perfect strands of hair, and replaced the makeup with a more beautiful makeup and lipstick”; “Why does this lady go to the Venice Film Festival? Is she an actress, producer, director? I don't understand it”; “Cristiano is confused, he doesn't know if he is Kim Kardashian or Georgina ” and “Everything Perfect, Except the Hair”,
A gradient minidress for Venice
A day before the ‘Pretty Woman’ dress, the model wore a fresh little dress in Venice in gradient orange and red tones. It was a dress that could be adjusted in length due to the draping on the skirt, it had an asymmetrical neckline and a strip of fabric that looked like a scarf flying with the air.