Eva Longoria stuns in white skirt with thigh-high slit at 2023 Cannes Movie Pageant

She’s white scorching in Cannes.

Eva Longoria put a horny spin on the basic shirt costume immediately, pairing a crisp white shirt with a maxi skirt that confirmed off loads of leg as she continued every week of head-turning seems on the 2023 Cannes Movie Pageant.

The “Determined Housewives” actress, 48, left the Martinez Lodge within the summer-ready look with gold riveted element whereas on her option to focus on her directorial debut for the film “Flamin Scorching.”

She paired the white collared shirt with puffed sleeves with a protracted, wrap-front skirt that exposed the hem of her shirt alongside together with her toned legs.

Longoria wore her hair in a excessive high knot, accessorizing with satin platform heels and dangling gold earrings.

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Her outfit featured gold rivets and flower gildings.
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The star seemed unbelievable in her leggy look.
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That is the second time this week she’s rocked a white shirt in Cannes, with the tequila entrepreneur carrying a stunning diamond necklace with a easy shirt and embellished black mini skirt yesterday.

She caught to the black, white and gold palette in a long-sleeved Victoria Beckham costume for the Cannes Movie Pageant Air Mail Occasion final evening, dripping in diamonds for the glitzy bash.

The “Inform it Like a Girl” star has definitely come a good distance since her first look on the Cannes Movie Pageant.

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She wowed in one other white shirt yesterday.
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Longoria, pictured with husband José Bastón, donned a black Victoria Beckham look final evening.
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The TV star wore a $40 costume to her first Cannes Movie Pageant in 2005.
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Actually, she admitted to Individuals final 12 months that she wore a $40 costume to her first time on the movie competition in 2005.

The longtime L’Oréal Paris spokesperson mentioned that she “had no thought what Cannes was” on the time, selecting a glittery gold robe from a boutique on Melrose Avenue.

“No person would’ve recognized it was a $40 costume,” she mentioned, persevering with, “It’s not the costume, it’s the lady who wears the costume.”