Megan FoxFashion risk-taker. In a pair of lace-up pants, the actress almost avoided a wardrobe malfunction.
The TransformersThe look was shared via Instagram by the star, 36, on Tuesday, September 27th. It was almost too hot for her to handle. The green crocodile-embossed pants with daring cutouts at the upper thigh almost made her bare all. This forced the movie star to wear no underwear. The piece — by Kim Shui — was finalized with a flared hem. Fox paired the bold pants to a gray tank and a shaggy blue and red flannel. Fox accessorized with a pink-colored fur bucket hat, and yellow pumps from Paris Texas at her feet.
Fox sported the ensemble for a date night with fiancé Machine Gun KellyMilan Fashion Week in Italy
“Guys, you don’t understand it’s just like … really hard when the only thing ever notices about you is how smart you are,” she captioned the social media post, prompting praise from fans. Her stylist was Maeve Reilly, commented: “I love you madly.”
Fox and the fashion guru, who is 35, have collaborated on some of the Till Death star’s best and boldest looks. The Tennessee native looked glamorous in Jacquemus in July. The photo was taken in Los Angeles. She was wearing a neon halter top with matching tailored trousers. The look was completed with tan platform shoes and a lime green clutch.
Reilly was also the designer of the plunging black David Koma gown Fox wore at the Billboard Music Awards in may. The gown featured a high slit with gloved sleeves and was embellished with crystals. The Confessions from a Teenage Drama QueenAlso, the actress wore blunt bangs. That night, Kelly, 32, matched his fiancée, sporting a spiked Dolce & Gabbana suit and a metallic manicure. (The couple were engaged on January 11.
In addition to Fox, Reilly dresses a number of “it” girls, including La La Anthony, Winnie Harlow, Ashley Graham, Hailey Bieber (née Baldwin) and more.
“I’ve always been interested in fashion,” the style expert told Fashionista in 2021. “One of my first jobs was in retail when I was 16, and I didn’t really know where I would land. This was way before social media — we’re talking 20 years ago, before people were really talking about this profession, before Rachel Zoe. The only memory I have is really, Pat Fields Sex and the City and just being so inspired by how clothing was a character on that show.”