Time after time, Julianne Hough proves that her style is pure fire.
While visiting Qatar to celebrate Fashion Trust Arabia’s third annual FTA Prize gala, which celebrates emerging and established designers in the Middle East and North African region, the 33-year-old former Dancing with the stars pro stunned in a sparkling silver Maison Valentino number. The Cinderella-esque dress had soft crystals, sheer long sleeves and a beautiful train. Julianne styled the dress with silver sandals and wore her hair long and wavy.
To commemorate her most important fashion moment, Julianne put together a fun Instagram reel of herself walking, twirling and dancing in the gorgeous dress. Needless to say, her fans absolutely adored the breathtaking look. “Absolutely beautiful 😍😍🔥,” wrote one fan. “So elegant ❤️😍😍😍😍😍,” another gushed. “Awwww, you look like a princess! ❤️,” commented another fan.
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Of course, that’s not the only drop-dead gorgeous dress Julianne wore this week. Before the actual FTA gala on Wednesday night, the burlesque star glowed again in a Tony Ward Couture beige floor-length dress and Bulgari jewelry. The dress had a low back, detailed embroidery and a soft draped hood.
Not entirely surprising, when Julianne posted the above photos to Instagram, her fans were once again floored in the best possible way. Even a few celebrities couldn’t resist popping in to comment – Michelle Monaghan wrote “Beautiful!! ✨,” while Amanda Kloots said, “WOW! Absolutely beautiful!!”
We love a good Julianne red carpet moment! Hopefully we’ll see more glamorous dresses when Julianne attends the premiere of her upcoming TV comedy One Hit Wendy. Per Deadline, the show will revolve around Wendy, a “one-hit wonder who peaked at 18, trying to guide her talented cousin Jordan through the music industry and avoid making the same mistakes she does.”
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