Sydney Sweeney is one of the celebrities present at the Venice International Film Festival on Sunday, September 3. The star has never been disappointed in her fashion game so we are not surprised at her polka-pink dress.
The star was spotted at the photo call for Miu Miu’s Women’s Tales series channeling her inner Barbie in a pink tulle dress with white polka dots. The dress features a sweetheart neckline adorned with silver sequins and gemstones.
Sweeney added a white clutch and silver stiletto sandals to the pink creation whilst opting for minimal accessories. This is to allow the jewels on the dress to take centre stage. As such she left off her necklace and bracelets wearing only a massive diamond ring on her middle finger.
For her glam, she opted for light make-up consisting of a pink lip and natural eye shadow. Part from the star, celebrities like Maggie Gyllenhaal, Emma Corrin, Ava DuVernay and Dominique Fishback.
Earlier on Thursday, Sydney and her fiance, Jonathan Davino arrived at the Venice Film Festival to serve couple goals in matching cream linen outfits.
The star sported a sleeveless ivory top tucked into linen shorts secured with a brown leather belt with a gold buckle while pairing the look with chunky, stark white sneakers with brown laces.
Sydney Sweeney also carried a white shirt in her hand to potentially layer over her top, and a brown leather purse slung over her shoulder. For her accessories, she added a delicate gold-toned choker, a matching bracelet, and small earrings to the fit.
Her fiance, Jonathan Davino wore a matching short-sleeved, ribbed shirt paired with slacks of the same shade. Both Sweeney and he elevated their looks with fashion-forward, dark-tinted sunglasses.
The Venice International Film Festival usually supports the attendance of the famous people of Hollywood. However, that’s not the case with the 2023 version courtesy of ongoing acting and writing strikes in the industry. Still, Sweeney made it to the event and even walked the red carpet.
Hollywood has been halted as members of the SAG-AFTRA union joined the Writers Guild Of America in going on strike over growing concerns about the use of artificial intelligence and streaming residuals.
According to Variety, a select list of films premiering at Venice have obtained SAG-AFTRA interim waivers because they are independent productions that have not been produced by AMPTP members.