Jennifer Connelly has been looking incredible so far while promoting her new movie – her stylist is totally nailing it. While attending the Madrid premiere of the epic ‘Noah’, she wore a beautiful and super chic Giambattista Valli Couture mint green long sleeve mini dress with embossed leaves. It was adorned with a fancy ruby coloured embroidered neckline that gave the illusion if a striking statement necklace. She kept the rest of the look relatively simple with a side part and pony tail, dark fuchsia lips and nude ankle strap sandals.

It was a knockout look. Everything about it worked and it all worked so well together. The soft pastel colour is fresh and surprisingly flattering and the leaf pattern is delicate and perfect for spring. So are the simple nude Saint Laurent ankle strap sandals – proving the popular style is clearly not going away anytime soon. It was a wise shoe choice because the simplicity of the style balanced out the detail and intricacy of the dress.  Also, love her hairstyle. It’s sexy and cool. And it’s hard not to love the dark fuchsia lips.

The dress is from Giambattista Valli’s Spring 2014 Couture collection and is only available through special order but mint shift dresses aren’t hard to find. The Saint Laurent’s ‘Jane’ ankle strap sandals are available on for $937, but you can easily find more reasonably priced options.

So, to sum it up, here are the seven important things we can learn from Connelly’s awesome and fancy spring look:

  1. Leaf print dresses are cool
  2. Jewel toned embroidered collars are fancy
  3. Mint will be popular this spring – hard to wear but fresh if you can pull it off
  4. If you’re going to go super short, the sleeves should be long
  5. Dark fuchsia lips look awesome
  6. A side part with a ponytail is sexy
  7. Nude ankle strap sandals go with pretty much everything

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