Mila Kunis is no longer the blossoming youngster from the sitcom "That 70"s Show". The olive-skinned Ukrainian beauty played alongside Natalie Portman and Winona Ryder in the dark film, Black Swan. She's no stranger to raw talent, and Kunis's charisma, devilish smile and fearless attitude mesmerizes viewers on and off the screen.
Kunis doesn't have to do a lot to be noticed. The lustrous hair catches. The almond-shaped eyes with petite figure draws in. And the devilish smile, adorned with a small clef in the chin, immediately hooks. But would-be wooers need not stop there. Kunis's fashion sense shines through even in her most casual attire. She"s a fan of dark tones'black, especially'with a splash of a light color, such as red or white, to complement.
Given her demanding line of work, dressing up is as vital drinking water for Kunis. The actress does it gracefully, often wearing solid colors and showing hints of cleavage, tummy or leg. Her subtlety adds a chic layer of flavor onto the solid colors she rocks.
Ripped jeans, baby tees, knee-high leather boots, you name it. Kunis has a flare in her style that screams blunt. As a shock-hungry audience, we hear her loud and clear when she dons simple threads laced with something hard and exotic, an extension of her looks. It"s clear she possesses a unique rockstar-ish quality within and inspires onlookers to push the envelope on their own styles.
With Mila Kunis, urban flare meets an unmatched richness. She stuns and takes fashion to new heights that only she can dare to outdo in time. It's no wonder audiences crave more of the new movie goddess's allure and originality. Let"s hope she continues to deliver.