Modern Day’s Marilyn – Christina Hendricks

Christina Hendricks red carpet style

Christina Hendricks Flare magazine cover via

Mad Men star Christina Hendricks knows how to dress for her body type and almost always brings the Va-Va-Voom to the red carpet. It’s easy to look great when you are stick-skinny but it takes more effort when you are curvy and Ms Hendricks is definitely showing us how it’s done right!

Christina Hendricks red carpet style

Christina Hendricks via

Although Christina Hendricks hasn’t scored as many covers as more popular/well known actresses, her covers are always beautiful and unique.

Christina Hendricks red carpet style

Christina Hendricks via

It might come as a surprise to many but Christina Hendricks is actually blond and started coloring her hair at age 10. I think she looks gorgeous with that red hair. Reminds me of another star, Dita von Teese, that used to be blond as well before reinventing herself. Both ladies look stunning and made the right choice.

Christina Hendricks red carpet style

Christina Hendricks red carpet style via

Christina Hendricks goes with black a lot but it’s never too overwhelming because of her red hair and alabaster skin. Her style is not steady with hits and she has had some misses but in my book she is rocking her curves and dressing for her body type, not always an easy thing to do. I have a similar body type and know how hard it is to find clothes that look great on you without looking frumpy.

Christina Hendricks red carpet style

Christina Hendricks red carpet style via

She is well known for her curvylicious body and bright red hair, not to mention her roles on the big screen. Her usual choices for red carpet are deep necklines and body hugging dresses.

Christina Hendricks red carpet style

Christina Hendricks red carpet style via

I would call her modern day’s Marilyn…with better acting skills ;) She proves everybody who says gingers shouldn’t wear red wrong by looking gorgeous.

 

 

 

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