Megan Fox Sizzles In Leggy Look For ‘Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles’

Megan Fox Sizzles In Leggy Look For ‘Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles’

The actress sizzled in a gorgeous purple gown that put her figure on full display — skin is in and Megan knows how to show it off!

The actress sizzled in a gorgeous purple gown that put her figure on full display — skin is in and Megan knows how to show it off!
When it comes to dominating the red carpet with a seriously sexy look, you can always count on Megan Fox, 28. The actress stepped out for the Tokyo premiere of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles at Yurakucho Marion on Feb. 2, where she got glam in a sultry gown. Sure, the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles movie might seem like old news, but we never grow tired of watching the actress on a promotional tour — especially when she knows how to bring the heat to the red carpet!

Megan Fox’s Dress — ‘Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles’ Premiere In Tokyo:
Megan was a vision in a purple satin halter gown by Salvatore Ferragamo. Although at first glance it looked like she was rocking a cutout dress, she actually wore a matching satin bralette underneath the ensemble, creating the illusion of the cutout. While we’re sure Megan would’ve looked totally fine without the addition, I love how she gave us a new twist on the plunging halter dress trend — it was youthful, unexpected and fun — and the star rocked it with stellar confidence.

Her dress draped beautifully against her svelte frame as the skirt extended down. a thigh-high slit added an extra dose of sexy style to the outfit. Although the slit wasn’t very obvious, when you did catch a hint of her leggy look it really elevated the wow factor of the ensemble — after all, it was split practically up to her hip!

The purple color worked so well against her signature locks and complexion. She finished off the ensemble with Eva Fehren jewelry, which included a slew of rings.

While I totally loved Megan’s look, what do you think? Is this one of her hottest red carpet looks ever?

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