She's also not retiring.
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Sandra Bullock Pink Gown "The Lost City" Premiere
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Sandra Bullock's latest look is the perfect lesson in seasonal transition dressing on the red carpet. On Monday, the actress attended the Los Angeles premiere of her upcoming movie, The Lost City, in the most spring-worthy dress, but paired it with winter staples for a practically seasonless outfit.

Bullock wore a pink ombré tulle gown with a plunging neckline and beaded bodice that gradually faded between shades of pink. The dress, designed by Elie Saab, had a full skirt that included a train, pockets, and a super-high leg slit that revealed her unexpected choice of footwear: black leather thigh-high boots that coordinated with a matching blazer.

Sandra kept her accessories to a minimum, allowing the head-turning outfit to do the talking. Her dark hair was worn pin-straight and parted down the middle. The flawless look was crafted by Sandra's stylist, Elizabeth Stewart. She brought along her sister, Gesine Bullock-Prado, who wore a black caped gown, as her plus one.

Bullock recently shared that she would be taking a step back from the spotlight to spend time with her kids, son Louis, 11, and daughter Laila, 10. But at the premiere of the action comedy, she clarified to People (the TV Show!) that she didn't mean she was done for good. "I'm not retiring, just going to not spend time in front of the camera for a while," she said. "I have beautiful babies. I'd rather look at them."

"I never said I'm retiring, unless while I'm with the babies, [If] I decide to retire, then I'll make that announcement.  A very important announcement that no one will care about," she added jokingly.

During the event, she also revealed to Entertainment Tonight that her daughter Laila and her co-star Channing Tatum's daughter Everly, 8, became close during filming. "It was full months of sleepovers. I mean, they're the same," she explained. "They're two A-type strong women who just, you know, they're exerting their power. I respect it."