Fame10 Fashion Evolution: Mila Kunis
Everyone loves Mila Kunis. Men want to date her and women want to be her. She has this beautiful, exotic look and a figure to die for. Since breaking out thanks to her role in “Black Swan,” this television-turned-movie actress has really upped her red carpet game. Before this, she would settle on jeans for events, but not anymore. Now she dresses to the nines. Like Jennifer Aniston, she has a thing for black, but the actually suits her. With those smoldering eyes and luscious dark hair, a sleek black dress goes a lot further on her than it would on most. Because she’s such a stunner, let’s take a look at Mila Kunis’ fashion evolution!
Premiere of Slackers – 2002
Mila Kunis attended the premiere of Slackers wearing a denim jacket, a pair of jeans and a t-shirt with a pair of platform shoes. She used to dress this way a lot when she went out. Rather than put on a cute dress, she threw a jean jacket/blazer on with a matching pair of jeans. We hope that she cringes when she sees these photos – what she’s wearing is just so unbelievably unfashionable, we’re embarrassed for her.
In 2002, Kunis was still a struggling actress. Although she had found success on television shows like “That ‘70s Show” and “Family Guy,” she was still having trouble breaking into the movies. She had a starring role in “American Psycho 2,” which was panned by critics,” and a film adaptation of “Tony n’ Tina’s Wedding.” According to DVD Talk, “fans would be much better off pretending [Tony n’ Tina’s Wedding] never happened in the first place.” Ouch!
DVD Party for Family Guy’s Stewie Griffin The Untold Story – 2005
The “That ‘70s Show” actress upped her game at the DVD Party for Family’s Stewie Griffin The Untold Story. She paired some jeans with a blue top, a black blazer, a pair of heels and a black purse. She looks like she’s also learned how to do her makeup. When she puts a tiny bit of effort into her appearance, it goes a long way.
“Family Guy” was one of Kunis’ biggest successes at this point. According to Seth MacFarlane, she was a natural. “What Mila Kunis brought to it was, in a lot of ways, I thought, almost more right for the character. I say that Lacey did a phenomenal job, but there was something about Mila – something very natural about Mila. She was 15 when she started, so you were listening to a 15-year-old. Often times with animation they’ll have adult actors doing the voices of teenagers and they always sound like Saturday morning voices. They sound often times very forced. She had a very natural quality to Meg that really made what we did with that character kind of really work,” he said.