Sandra Oh made a stunning appearance at the red carpet premiere of Marvel’s Shang Chi and the Legend of The Ten Rings and wowed all that laid eyes on her.
It’s been some time since the excitement of red carpet events was this loud considering how restricted everything was because of the pandemic. It’s great to see the buzz finally coming back alongside the excitement of seeing how celebrities make their appearances at these red carpet events.
Sandra Oh, who was once a star of the Grey's Anatomy TV series, was spotted hanging out with the lead character and other members of the cast of this Marvel movie, Shang Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings, in which she also stars.
Kimberly Troung, a correspondent with InStyle said the outfit that Sandra Oh wore on this red carpet was a lesson in Silhouette dressing. The 50-year-old actress wore a beige-colored and baggy khaki trouser alongside a brown Acler blouse designed in polka dots and detailed in a V-neck finish which showed off her gold chain with a round pendant. And then she wore open-toe shoes to match the outfit which completed her very minimalistic look.
The attention of every eye at the red carpet. Her hair was let down to flow in its natural waves. Strangely, Sandra Oh did not get lost inside of her baggy minimalist outfit on the red carpet considering her small stature and the rather large nature of the outfit.
Part of what amazed everyone and got their attention was the fact that this star did not come to the event all glamoured up as is the usual practice. In fact, her entire makeup was so natural that the only thing that really popped out in her outfit and appearance was the bright red lipstick that she wore on her lips. It’s not the first time Oh will display such simplicity.
The actress also did the same at the 2020 Emmy awards where she wore a simple Korelimited jacket and mask, on bootcut pant trousers, with necklace and earrings by Wilfredo Rosado, and shoes by Christian Louboutin.
Although for the 2020 Emmy awards, the ceremony was held virtually and as a result, there was no dress code, but Sandra Oh noted that she had had some time to reflect during the pandemic and the strangeness of that time on all the fashion show events and red carpets and has discovered how she would truly like to express herself through the clothes she wears.
She also said that the self-reflection led her to understand she would rather promote younger designers and those from marginalized communities like the black community. And she wanted to do it in a way that was also personal to her and her community as a Korean-American.
It’s no surprise then to see Oh carrying on the simplistic look even in the physical red carpet of 2021 and she unarguably looks absolutely stunning rocking this outfit her way.