Sandra Bullock's Style Evolution

Sandra Bullock's Style Evolution

Sandra Bullock accepted the Decade of Hotness award from Spike TV by poking fun at herself, which only added to her hotness. On Saturday, she turns 50 and now Access celebrates by looking back at Sandy’s style evolution.

I've had some mishaps. I don't want to apologize for. I committed that day. Self-deprecating as ever talking about her style in 2006. But 12 years earlier that we were really introduced to her red carpet wardrobe at the premiere of "Speed." We look back on her fashion evolution. This is a very casual ensemble. Pink two-piece and some chunky shoes. Remember it was the '90s so that casual look was definitely in. Although this wasn't the amazing red carpet thing today, I think she looks adorable. I'm sorry. Stop it. Then Sandra's exposure in a sheer top. This is a more daring moment for Sandra whose burnt Orange crop top and shirt also showed off her stomach. In 2002 in Cannes she went more romantic with a feminine floral look. Even had her younger boyfriend Ryan gosling on her arm. I was like the chiffon on the cake, but I loved it. It was dreamy. The 2004 oscars, this was Sandra's red carpet breakthrough. This for me really was the first time I remember seeing her do something really dramatic, really bold. She looked like a total movie star. This is Oscar de la rent. In 2009 Sandra stepped into risky territory with this color blocked dress. It was not one that everyone loved but did signal bolder choices. The following year her road was paved stand out. You did this? I made this myself. No. But marchesa. The single-most iconic red carpet moment in Sandra bullock's entire career is the 2010 Oscar where she wore this amazing, magical marchesa one of a kind dress. This solidified her as a movie star who is really embracing fashion. With a plunging neckline and exaggerated shoulders, this Alexander Mcqueen pantsuit in 2011 perfectly represented the fashion forward Sandra. She began to embrace an array of smaller ensembles. Now she's completely come into her own as a renowned style icon. Every look has been out of the park. This is one of the best examples. This is Stella Mccartney on the London premiere of "Gravity." Look at those legs. She's looked better than she ever has.