14 Sultry Mila Kunis Looks [PHOTOS]

October 16th, 2012 // Leave a Comment
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I’m on a serious Mila Kunis kick lately and no one can really blame me for it. Not after all she has achieved these past few years.

Esquire‘s 2012 Sexiest Woman Alive is the talk of the town and perhaps even the world right now. People are still debating whether or not she deserves her title. Let’s face it, she does.

Between being super sexy (and naked,) alongside — (and beneath,) Justin Timberlake in Friends With Benefits and experiencing a sensual, twisted romance with Natalie Portman in Black Swan, she has earned the title and then some.

If you haven’t watched either one, you’re definitely missing out. Run to your nearest Redbox or hop on Netflix and start looking for them.

One thing I’ve admired about her for a really long time is her style. Remember the red hot dress she wore to the 2011 Screen Actors Guild Awards? Talk about a hot tamale. To this day, people talk and rave about that outfit. (Yes, it’s definitely featured in our gallery.)

Most of her outfits would probably look really foolish on other stars, but she always looks great. Actually, I take that back. In her early That 70′s Show days, she was in dire need of a new stylist. All we can assume now is that she either got more sophisticated as she aged, or she did in fact get some help.

We can’t really penalize her too much for dressing terribly back then though. She was only fourteen to sixteen. She was trying to dress for red carpet, while still trying to be at the high school age. Not the easiest task in the world. Many outfits created for red carpets are too sexy, or too mature for someone that young.

Despite her racy roles and her somewhat lewd interviews, Kunis emulates class and sophistication. Even in little mini-dresses she somehow manages to look like a lady. One of her outfits in particular gives a very 1920′s vibe with a modern twist, which I love!

The 1920′s seem to be getting explored more these days. I’m looking forward to seeing more of that great era.

What do you think about how she dresses? Classy and sassy or too trashy?

By Erin Cosgrove

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