Join us as we take a look at some of Mila Kunis’ best red carpet looks to date.
Interviews consistently reflect her good nature, kindness, and quick wit. She’s the kind of girl that possesses that certain je ne sais quoi, or, as we like to call it, “inexplicable girl-next-door hotness”. In recent years, she’s risen to the level of A-List actress, which has exponentially increased her appearance on the red carpet. Kunis is adept at working the camera in both voluminous gowns and body-conscious party dresses. See her best looks in the gallery above.
A loose waterfall of locks echoes the cascading floral print in Kunis’ diaphanous Alexander McQueen gown.
The character she plays in Oz has a certain sweet innocence to her, which Kunis reflects in this charming tiered gown by Alexander McQueen.
Kunis makes this white, embroidered Chanel frock look casual and approachable by pairing it with basic black platform heels and loose curls.
Kunis opts for sleek sophistication in a satin-and-sheer Dior dress and lace Louboutin heels.
Kunis stares down the camera in a gorgeous, intimidating black halter-neck gown by Dior.
She’s as sweet as the blossoms scattered on this lacy Dolce & Gabbana dress with her hair in a chic chignon and satin peep-toe Louboutins.
Kunis looks absolutely stunning in a dreamy lavender gown etched with lace by Elie Saab. The shade beautifully compliments her dark good looks.
Sophistication is the core of this look. Here, Kunis sports an ivory goddess gown by Elie Saab and confident posture.
This fashion-forward contrast-print shirt-dress from Givenchy looks especially stylish when paired with a mismatched clutch by Christian Louboutin.
Christian Dior himself couldn’t have asked for a better muse. Kunis appears here in a head-to-toe Dior ensemble that makes her look like she stepped off a 1960s fashion plate.
Little black dresses are no-brainers, but Kunis sizzles in this sensual keyhole cutout version by Hervé Léger.
The salmon-pink shade of this skintight Lanvin dress is the perfect compliment to Kunis’ olive-skinned complexion.
A slight breeze puts Kunis’ gauzy, maroon Monique Lhuillier in motion, revealing just how graceful and chic this look really is.
Kunis sizzles in a youthful, rock ‘n’ roll dress by Nicole Ricci, which she paired with strappy sandals by Zanotti and a clutch by Alexander McQueen.
Kunis looks elegant and timeless in a simple black Oscar de la Renta gown, which sports a fitted bodice and full skirt.
This chic look pairs two contrasting neutrals. The dove-grey RM by Roland Mouretdress looks especially style-savvy when paired with tan Brian Atwood pumps.
She always errs on the side of elegant simplicity. This time, she pairs a Valentino Couture dress with a beige pair of pumps by Brian Atwood and a matching jewel-encrusted clutch.
This is a more ostentatious direction for Kunis, but she wears this layered organza Vera Wang gown with ease and confidence.
Kunis made big waves in this shimmering, emerald-green gown by Vera Wang at the Golden Globe Awards, and for good reason. She looks stunning in both the shade and cut of the dress.