AceShowbiz - Blake Lively turns head in her first red carpet appearance since giving birth to her third child. Attending a New York City screening of "The Rhythm Section" on Monday, January 27, the actress portraying Stephanie Patrick in the Reed Morano-directed drama looked radiant as she exuded old Hollywood glamour.
Coming to the event held at Brooklyn Academy of Music, the 32-year-old beauty stunned in a black velvet strapless dress by Dolce & Gabbana. She paired the figure-hugging dress with over-the-knee Christian Louboutin boots and black leather gloves. Wearing her locks in a chic updo, she completed her look with silver earrings and a pearl necklace with an emerald stone.
The actress known as Serena van der Woodsen on "Gossip Girl" was accompanied by her mother Elaine and her older sister Robyn to the screening. On the red carpet, she made time to pose with co-stars Jude Law and Raza Jaffrey. Also spotted joining her at the event was producer Barbara Broccoli.
Prior to the screening, the "Cafe Society" actress was seen opting for a vintage look when leaving The Crosby Hotel for a press tour. Donning a pink billowy avant-garde coat, she added a burgundy leather gloves, layers of gold necklace and a pair of boots. To keep the 1940s vibes, she pinned her hair to the sides and colored her lips deep crimson.
Lively made her red carpet comeback five months after welcoming her third daughter with husband Ryan Reynolds. While she has yet to share details on the newest addition to her family, the "Green Lantern" actress recently expressed her longing for her toned pre-baby abs.
"Looking for a good pic of me and @sterlingkbrown but my abs look so good here," she wrote on an Instagram Story post that featured her lying on a bed wearing only a sports bra with an exposed flat stomach. "Dear abs, I miss us."
"The Rhythm Section" sees Lively taking on the role of a woman who seeks revenge against those who orchestrated a plane crash that killed her family. This international spy movie is scheduled for theatrical release across the nation on January 31.