Megan Fox is known for many things, including her feud with “Transformers” director Michael Bay and her marriage to Brian Austin Green, but her style isn’t exactly one of them. The brunette never really made the best dressed list, but her simple style won’t allow her any huge fashion mistakes either.
Discover a few of Megan Fox’s best looks, red carpet dresses that certainly prove she know how to combine her casual style with a more glamorous vibe for an important event.
“Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles” Los Angeles Premiere
After ending her feud with Michael Bay, Megan Fox worked with the director again on “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles” and so far the publicity tour showed off two cool looks.
A big fan of mini dresses, Fox chose a Marc Jacobs white one, with tiered layers, pairing it with black Christian Louboutin sandals, that match the dress’ black straps.
“Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles” New York Premiere
One of Megan Fox’s best looks, the outfit she wore for the NYC premiere of the hit movie was another eye catching black and white creation, but in fact consisted of separates. Both the colorblock bandeau top and the oval-dot skirt are from the Oscar de la Renta Resort 2015 collection and the actress made a trendy choice in mixing her prints on the red carpet.
2014 Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Sports Awards
A big fan of Dolce & Gabbana, Megan Fox wore a cute mini dress from the Italian brand on the red carpet at Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Sports Awards. Five months after giving birth to a second child, she had lost all the baby weight and the green and gold embossed pattern was a wise choice for a kid’s event, looking both cute and sophisticated.
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Showing off her baby bump in New York, the actress proved that while she hasn’t mastered the glamorous side of pregnant style, she can still pull off a cute look. Her A.L.C. black sweater dress is definitely one of Megan Fox’s best looks, especially when paired with simple black pumps.
2013 Golden Globe Awards
Another great Dolce & Gabbana look, the blush strapless gown Megan Fox wore at the 2013 Golden Globe Awards was certainly more glamorous than her usual style. Lace appliqués made the dress stand out on the red carpet, but the look was completed with Lorraine Schwartz drop earrings and a gold Ferragamo clutch.
“This Is 40” Los Angeles Premiere
Being more grown up than most of her other dresses makes this burgundy dress one of Megan Fox’s best looks. The Roland Mouret “Darch” dress was one of the first outfits the brunette wore in public after giving birth to her first child and the addition of black Christian Louboutin pumps perfectly compliments the long-sleeve dress.
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Visiting a samba school in São Paulo, Brazil, with her husband Brian Austin Green was the perfect occasion for Megan Fox to try a more colorful look. The actress wore a Prabal Gurung sheath dress with bold print clashing and paired it with the Tabitha Simmons Ruby Sandal, which added the perfect flavor for the Brazilian dance.
“Friend With Kids” New York Premiere
Definitely one of Megan Fox’s best looks, the Elie Saab Spring 2012 Couture dress she wore at the “Friends With Kids” premiere was perfectly paired with her sweet wavy curls. The nude and embellished dress was paired with a nude belt and the look was completed with YSL toe-cap pumps.
2011 Golden Globe Awards
One of her more daring red carpet looks, the pale pink Armani Privé gown that Megan Fox wore at the 2011 Golden Globe Awards was a custom creation, and fit her curves like a glove. Pairing a high front slit with an open back and chiffon train may seem like too much, but the brunette pulled off the look thanks to her signature curls.
“Transformers 2″ Moscow Premiere
Even though the dress alone is definitely on the junior side, the fuchsia Armani Privé dress worn at the “Transformers 2” premiere in Moscow is also one of Megan Fox’s best looks. Pairing it with burgundy pumps and gold earrings was definitely an inspired choice.