Blake Lively may be having the best week ever… or at least it looks that way.
The actress landed in the South of France for the Cannes Film Festival this week and has been living glamorously fever since. And, she's taking us all along for the ride via Instagram.
The expectant actress first ravished in an Ahrens dress from Preen.
"#Cannes2016 fashion inspo day 1: Esmerelda.," she captioned an Instagram of the nearly floor-length gown.
She later flexed her funny bone, posing next to a poster in France.
"One of these is not actually the poster," she captioned the humorous snap of her mimicking the poster that shows her attempting to kiss it.
Blake later lives essentially every woman's dream, surrounded by a slew of shoes, apparently having a choice of wearing any of the amazing options.
"There's no place like Cannes. There's no place like Cannes. There's no place like Cannes," she wrote, doing her best "Wizard of Oz" impression.
Feel jealous yet? Because her foray into shoe heaven got even more magical when she hung out with Christian Louboutin himself. Yes, THAT Christian Louboutin.
"Most handsome man on the carpet as my date. The one and only ... Christian Louboutin," she said.
She was later all smiles in a stylistic Instagram.
"Unsuccessfully hiding to get some shut eye, when I opened my eyes to this vertigo. time #Cannes2016 #CafeSociety @lorealmakeup," she wrote of the image of her taking a ceiling mirror selfie while laying on the ground.
Every girls loves diamonds, and Blake is no exception. On May 11, she shared a fully blinged out photo of her jewelry.
"@lorraineschwartz and @ofirajewelz turned it out once again!!! Thank you!!!," she said.
She later showed off her stunning wedding ring in another image where she apparently ended in night in a black feather-filled outfit. From the sounds of the caption, even Blake knew she looked good, evening using a pun since her photo was taken on an escalator.
"Style, escalated. 😆😆😆😂 (I need sleep)," she wrote.
Best. Week. Ever.
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