Eva Longoria stuns in white skirt with thigh-high slit at 2023 Cannes Film Festival

She’s white hot in Cannes.

Eva Longoria put a sexy spin on the classic shirt dress today, pairing a crisp white blouse with a maxi skirt that showed off plenty of leg as she continued a week of head-turning looks at the 2023 Cannes Film Festival.

The “Desperate Housewives” actress, 48, left the Martinez Hotel in the summer-ready look with gold riveted detail while on her way to discuss her directorial debut for the movie “Flamin Hot.”

She paired the white collared shirt with puffed sleeves with a long, wrap-front skirt that revealed the hem of her shirt along with her toned legs.

Longoria wore her hair in a high top knot, accessorizing with satin platform heels and dangling gold earrings.

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Her outfit featured gold rivets and flower embellishments.
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The star looked incredible in her leggy look.
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This is the second time this week she’s rocked a white shirt in Cannes, with the tequila entrepreneur wearing a dazzling diamond necklace with a simple blouse and embellished black mini skirt yesterday.

She stuck to the black, white and gold palette in a long-sleeved Victoria Beckham dress for the Cannes Film Festival Air Mail Party last night, dripping in diamonds for the glitzy bash.

The “Tell it Like a Woman” star has certainly come a long way since her first appearance at the Cannes Film Festival.

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She wowed in another white shirt yesterday.
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Longoria, pictured with husband José Bastón, donned a black Victoria Beckham look last night.
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The TV star wore a $40 dress to her first Cannes Film Festival in 2005.
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In fact, she admitted to People last year that she wore a $40 dress to her first time at the film festival in 2005.

The longtime L’Oréal Paris spokesperson said that she “had no idea what Cannes was” at the time, choosing a glittery gold gown from a boutique on Melrose Avenue.

“Nobody would’ve known it was a $40 dress,” she said, continuing, “It’s not the dress, it’s the woman who wears the dress.”

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