Fashion is a fickle game and history has taught us it’s only a matter of time before what’s old is new again. That appears to be the case for one of the most iconic looks from the 1970s — bell bottoms — and we’ve got Sharon Stone to thank for its comeback.
Sharon, 60, is no stranger to a bold outfit and the adored actress sported one of her most flattering yet as she attended the premiere of The Spy Who Dumped Me, wearing a wild-looking pair of bell-bottom pants.
The actress teamed her flared pants, which featured an assorted mix of patterns, with a lose-fitted blouse and showed off her edgy style with a pair of oversized glasses and heart-shaped hoop earrings. She wore her hair slicked back and kept her makeup to a minimum, which included a soft eyeshadow and pink lipgloss.
Fans were quick to compliment the blonde beauty on her youthful looks and retro style, with one writing: “Your smile is always worth a like Sharon! Also you are aging so well”.
Another added: “She’s amazing. Natural, and more beautiful with age.”
Sharon was recently involved in the thrilling six-part HBO series, Mosaic, directed by Oscar and Emmy winner Steven Soderbergh. The series follows her character Olivia Lake’s story — a popular children’s book author who goes missing.
Over the years she’s wowed the world with her stunning looks and saucy scenes, with her sensual roles in Basic Instinct, Casino and Total Recall making her a Hollywood sex symbol. But some people forget she’s also a doting mother to three sons. Last month, the actress shared a rare image with her three sons while inside her Beverly Hills mansion.
Sharon was in a striped shirt with barely any makeup on and flashing her very toned legs as she sat in front of her lap top. The caption read, “#family”.
She has 18-year-old Roan Joseph Bronstein, who she adopted with ex-husband Phil Bronstein in 2000. She adopted her other sons, Quinn 12, and Laird, 13, on her own.