The ‘Snooki and JWoww’ star went old Hollywood for the 2013 MTV Movie Awards in Los Angeles on April 14! Curls and sparkles, this girl’s got it goin’ on!
Nicole “Snooki” Polizzi, 25, lit up the red carpet at this year’s MTV Movie Awards, held on April 14. She recently lost a lot of weight, earning herself an amazing post-baby body, and her awards show look really showed off all of her hard work!
Snooki MTV Movie Awards Dress
Snooki’s floor-length gown was all sparkles and completely gorgeous. This look wouldn’t be Snookified without a long slit in the dress, showing of one of her nicely tanned legs! Even though the MTV star is fairly short, the long dress doesn’t exaggerate her petiteness. The sparkly look actually makes the business woman look of perfect proportion and totally beautiful!
Snooki paired the dress with a cute, simple clutch that had a few rhinestones of its own! To finish off the look, she wore nude peep-toe pumps that added a little bit of extra height to the little diva. The look was totally old Hollywood-inspired and her volumized curls really showcased the style she was going for. Her makeup was kept clean and pretty, with bold eyes and a sweet red lip!
Snooki Losing Post-Baby Body Soon?
Even though Snooki just recently lost all the weight after giving birth to her son Lorenzo LaValle, 7 months old, the reality star might be gaining that weight back soon. She revealed that she’d love to have more kids soon and would actually really want to have twins!
What do YOU think, Hollywoodlifers? Is Snooki’s glam old Hollywood look a total knockout? Vote and let us know in the comments below!
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