Gwyneth Paltrow takes the floral trend to new levels at Iron Man premiere

Gwynnie shoes some flower-power with a sharp-shouldered trouser suit pattered with on-trend florals at red carpet appearence for her new fim

Gwyneth Paltrow arrived at the Paris premiere of Iron Man 3 in a super on-trend floral trouser suit.

Posing with her co-star in the film, Robert Downey Jnr, Gwynnie's statement outfit choice stood out with its power shoulders and neon-highlighted floral embroidery.

Gwyneth went for a big-shouldered, flower power suit ©Rex

Showing the trouser-trend on the red carpet is set to continue into the summer, Gwyneth, 40, paired hers with navy stilettos.

Perhaps thanks to the busy decoration on the suit, Gwyneth opted to go accessory-free, with natural makeup showing off a sunkissed glow and her blonde locks simply centre-parted.

As spring appears to have arrived in Europe, florals have been a key trend on red carpets on both sides of the Atlantic with everyone from Diane Kruger to Anne Hathaway sporting a touch of flower-power.

Gwyneth managed to make the trend her own by opting for an unusual embroidered design mixing still-popular neon with greys and purples.
Gwyneth looked heathy and sunkissed with minimal makeup ©Rex

As well as recently promoting her new recipe book, It's All Good, in which she reveals her incredible figure is down to extreme self control and the shunning of gluten (and many other food groups), Gwyneth has been on the promo trail for Iron Man 3 throughout Europe.

At the German premiere in Munich, the mum-of-two nailed another of-the-moment trend, Monochrome, wearing a smart white dress contrasted with a black sash and heels.
Gwyneth chose the monochrome trend in Germany ©Rex

Getting on well with her co-star Robert, Gwyneth messed around and played up to cameras, showing off her less serious side.

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Wed, Oct 30, 2013 09:00 GMT