Megan Fox was considered the pinnacle of beauty in 2009. Amanda Seyfried, a co-star in Jennifer’s Body, remarked at the time: “Being a lead (like Megan), you have that odd burden of feeling like you have to look attractive. I was unconcerned with any of that [crap] while watching this movie. Although Megan is quite attractive, I am not. Therefore I was ultimately very disappointed that I didn’t win the part.”
Fox was ready to soar to prominence thanks to her desirable features of dark brown hair and blue eyes, a string of successful movies under her credit, and a Maxim cover dubbed her “Earth’s Hottest Girl.” Fox nevertheless provided us with a tonne of fashion inspiration, which we’ve collated below, even though terrible circumstances meant that it never completely materialized.
Although Fox was renowned for having long, luscious hair styled in flowing curls, this is proof that a slicked-back hairstyle is always appropriate, particularly when wearing a torso-hugging garment. Use a quality hair oil to achieve the style, and let your hair unwashed for a little longer than usual to make it more malleable.
Although the hip-hanging boyfriend jean is nothing new, Megan Fox undoubtedly set the trend. To achieve the ultimate celebrity-papped-on-the-go look, pair it with a loose, cropped tee. You won’t be sorry. Visit an antique shop in your area or purchase these clones from Danielle Guizio to achieve the appearance.
If you’re anything like me and have had this photo in your camera roll since getting an iPhone 4, then you’ve undoubtedly tried to recreate the look in the 20th century. All you need now are the ideal bed-hair waves because elbow-length gloves are back, and corsets have been popular for a while.
Over the past two years, showing out your underwear like it’s nothing has become increasingly trendy. To fulfill the demand, bra-top amalgams are being introduced one after another, so take Fox’s lead and wear a triangular bralette with a jacket or try a dress that was made to be seen in public.
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