Olivia Wilde Shows Off In Plunging Jumpsuit For ‘Django Unchained’

Wed, December 12, 2012 1:23pm EDT by Add first Comment
Olivia Wilde Django Unchained premiere
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The star walked the red carpet in a very sexy ensemble — but did you really love her look last night?

Olivia Wilde stepped out for the NYC premiere of Django Unchained on Dec. 11 at the Ziegfeld Theatre, where the star opted for a daring red carpet get-up. Clad in an A.L.C. jumpsuit, complete with a severely plunging neckline, Olivia went for edgy glamour. Unfortunately the leading lady of the film, Kerry Washington, didn’t turn up for the premiere — but we’re glad Olivia stepped out in something sexy for the occasion!

Blue velvet ostrich print Gio Dev pumps with silver piping, necklaces and a black clutch completed the ensemble. I like how she wore her hair back sticking to the sleek and chic theme — and her dramatic eye makeup added the perfect touch! While Olivia easily pulls off this menswear-inspired get-up, I thought the outfit fell flat on the star. Don’t get me wrong she looks fantastic, but I wish we would’ve seen this look on someone like Kristen Stewart. Lately the star has been totally rocking the red carpet in shorts and jumpsuits, and she’s a major fan of the line — it would’ve been the perfect pairing! KStew has the perfect edgy attitude to really pull off this ensemble, even if it is a plunging black jumpsuit. Since she’s in town for the NYC On The Road premiere I’m excited to see what she’ll wear for the big night.

While Olivia wouldn’t necessarily be my first choice for this outfit, the star almost always looks really polished and put together, and last night was no exception.

What do you think? Does Olivia really own this look or do you wish she showed off something else when she stepped out? Should the star show off more menswear on the red carpet or do you prefer it when she steps out in sleek dresses and gorgeous gowns?

Katrina Mitzeliotis

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