Salma Hayek’s Sexy Style for 'Grown Ups 2' [PHOTOS]

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By Bettina Palileo | July 12, 2013 12:32 PM EST

It's always exciting when Salma Hayek has a movie coming out as the "Grown-Ups 2" actress has a sexy style that is just effortless. Aside from that, Salma also holds the key to a lot of high fashion closets, thanks to her husband Francois-Henri Pinault, whose company Kering owns Stella McCartney, Gucci, and Alexander McQueen, among others.

For Salma's latest round of promotions for her movie with Adam Sandler, the 46-year-old Mexican actress has been on point. Her Saint Laurent ensemble during Paris Haute Couture Week - a plunging neckline leather bodice dress - was a good indication that sexy, figure-hugging outfits were on its way. And unlike what the reviews for "Grown-Ups 2" say, Salma Hayek's wardrobe did not disappoint.

At the "Grown-Ups 2" premiere in New York City on July 10, Salma gave a lesson in dressing for petite women. She wore a black Saint Laurent draped dress with a saucy, little cut-out on her midriff. A sparkling, silver cord snaked its way through the dress' collar and bodice. Sleek Saint Laurent sandals complemented her dress. Salma's updo and makeup were flawless. This was perfect for Salma. The length, which hit her right above the knee, was very flattering. 

Length was also what made Salma Hayek's sexy floral dress a success. During a day of television appearances, The "Here Comes the Boom" actress was spotted embracing summer weather in a floral Gucci wrap dress and casual wedges. 

What's great about Salma Hayek's style is that a risky look is always a possibility. It's not all mini dresses for the Academy Award nominee, although that seems to be her best look. For a "Good Morning America" visit on July 11, Salma chose a drapey Bottega Veneta wide-leg jumpsuit. And even with all that fabric, Salma Hayek's sexy style still shone through!

Check out the photos for Salma Hayek's sexy "Grown-Ups 2" style.

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