By Hanna Fillingham
Sharon Stone was the definition of ageless beauty this week when attending the Women’s Choice Awards show in Los Angeles on Wednesday evening. The 57-year-old, who was honoured the prestigious icon award for her humanitarian work, took to Instagram before the star-studded event to share a series of photos showcasing her stylish outfit. Dressed in a metallic silver asymmetric mini- dress, the talented actress channelled a sophisticated look with ease. Teamed with a caramel hued jacket, which she draped over her shoulders, her elegant look was accessorised with gold hoop drop earrings and a patent black box clutch.
Beauty-wise, Sharon’s flawless complexion was enhanced with a swooping brush of bronzer, her large blue eyes were rimmed with a black liner and her brows were perfectly groomed. Black mascara and a vibrant berry-hue gloss completed her head-turning look. The actress styled her glossy blonde hair in volume-heavy ‘do, adding with it a touch of edgy glamour.
Sharon’s awe-inspiring red carpet look
The Oscar nominated actress worked another great look earlier in the month on the red carpet at the Museum of Contemporary Arts Gala in LA, showcasing her toned physique in an ultra-cool black sequin adorned cocktail dress. The design, which featured lace panelling, was accessorised with oversized statement earrings and a vibrant pink lip.
Sharon looked striking in a black sequin adorned dress at the MOCA Gala in LA
Sharon, who started her successful career as a model, has previously opened up about her must-have requirement when it comes to dressing for the red carpet. Speaking to Luxury London, she said: “On the red carpet, it is very important to feel at ease. No matter how elegant an outfit may be, you must be able to move and nothing must be squeezing.” Sharon’s enviable figure is also a result, she revealed, of hard earned work and discipline. “I have refrained from alcohol and gluten for years now. I also exercise daily and avoid the sun. Exercising with a Power Plate is particularly effective,” she said.