Effortless evening dressing: Angelina Jolie

Can anyone else pull off a thigh high dress slit with the effortlessness of Angelina Jolie?

Angelina Jolie: Salt premiere, Tokyo - July 27, 2010

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Angelina Jolie: Salt premiere, Tokyo - July 27, 2010
Angelina Jolie: Salt premiere, Tokyo - July 27, 2010
Angelina Jolie: Salt premiere, Tokyo - July 27, 2010
Angelina Jolie: Salt premiere, Tokyo - July 27, 2010
Angelina Jolie: Salt premiere, Tokyo - July 27, 2010
Angelina Jolie: Salt premiere, Tokyo - July 27, 2010
Angelina Jolie: Salt premiere, Tokyo - July 27, 2010
Angelina Jolie: Salt premiere, Tokyo - July 27, 2010
Angelina Jolie: Salt premiere, Tokyo - July 27, 2010
Angelina Jolie: Salt premiere, Tokyo - July 27, 2010
Angelina Jolie: Salt premiere, Tokyo - July 27, 2010
Angelina Jolie: Salt premiere, Tokyo - July 27, 2010
Angelina Jolie: Salt premiere, Tokyo - July 27, 2010
Angelina Jolie: Salt premiere, Tokyo - July 27, 2010
Angelina Jolie: Salt premiere, Tokyo - July 27, 2010

Perhaps – but I’m sure no-one in the world can pull off the fierce-yet-beautiful female spy quite like she can. She was attending the Salt premiere in Tokyo.

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