Not surprisingly, she looked incredible, although, TBH, that deep V-neck took us by surprise. Sadly, neither Portman’s bodysuit nor her miniskirt are available, but we found some similar options.
If you’re vibing with her black mini, Reformation’s Tamara miniskirt ($98) is a similar length and way less expensive than Givenchy. And, if you’re looking for something with pockets, the Anine Bing Sally leather miniskirt ($399) has pockets and an accent zipper and it’s made from badass-looking shiny lambskin leather. The Maje Jana stretch miniskirt ($225) is probably the most similar option as far as pockets go, but it includes some gold embellishments.
Although we weren’t able to locate a bodysuit quite as low as Portmans’s the Leith deep V-neck long-sleeve bodysuit ($39) is something we’d personally feel more comfortable stepping out in. Ditto goes for Volcom’s Simply Seamless bodysuit ($145), which features a sultry back cutout and conveniently has SPF 50 built in. If you really want to show the girls off, Free People’s Deep Conversations short-sleeve bodysuit ($35) is just the thing.
All we can say is you go, Natalie. And thanks for the night out inspo.
Natalie Portman’s Venice Film Festival Dress Is Peak Cool Girl