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Megan Fox's latest red carpet ensemble might be her most glamorous look to date.
On Thursday, the 35-year-old turned heads at the Los Angeles premiere of "Good Mourning," which was co-written and co-directed by her fiancé Machine Gun Kelly.
Fox looked stunning in a dusty pink, strapless gown with a sweetheart neckline and thigh-high slit by Philosophy di Lorenzo Serafini, paired with a pair of nude pumps by Andrea Wazen. Fox styled her raven locks in soft flowing waves over one shoulder and rocked a natural, soft-glam makeup look.
As soon as photos of the look surfaced on social media, fans praised the "Jennifer's Body" star for her "timeless" bombshell look.
"I love Megan's look. The dress, the hair, the makeup. It's giving Suzy Parker in the '60s. So beautiful and timeless," one Instagram user wrote.
"Megan killed it! I love the dress," another commented.
"That dress!" another commenter echoed.
"Love this look on her," someone else chimed in.
"Yes, Megan! This look is a moment. Wow," wrote another.
In January, Fox opened up to Vogue about how her relationship with Kelly has influenced her fashion sense.
"Before it wasn't something I was focused on or thought about. Because as an actress I had been classified or put in the category of being a sex symbol," she said. "And publicists come in and they bring in a stylist and it's all about dressing more seriously, so that the world will take you more seriously as an actor."
The mother-of-three revealed that she "kind of gave up on fashion" before meeting the musician. Now, Fox credits her fiancé with helping her feel empowered to embrace her personal style.
"Prior to being famous everyone who knew me always knew that I would always wear one really insane piece, and everybody would be like, 'you dress weird,'" she said. "And it wasn't until I was molded and had to dress one way that I gave up on that. And being with him, obviously, he's slightly eccentric in the way that he dresses — and that has freed me up to express myself more."