Olivia Munn Shows Off Her Toned Tummy In 2 Great Looks In NYC In 1 Day

Thu, July 18, 2013 12:25pm EST by 2 Comments
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From day to night, the ‘Newsroom’ actress is simply stunning! Her outfit change didn’t fall flat and she looked flawless round-the-clock — do you ageee?

Olivia Munn, 33, attended the L’Oreal USA Women In Digital “NEXT” Generation Awards in NYC on July 17 and looked gorgeous in a cutout dress by Thakoon. Earlier in the day, she was spotted out and about in the city looking fab in a crop top and printed pants. Which look do you like better?

Olivia Munn’s Loreal ‘NEXT’ Generation Awards Dress:

It’s not easy to have two killer outfits in one day, but Olivia Munn knows what she’s doing. The actress looked pretty and polished while out strolling in the city during the day. She wore blue high-waisted pants with pink flowers on them and a flowy, chiffon top in light gray. She added heels that matched her top and a gray purse with hot pink straps that we love! Her shoulder-length hair was styled in loose waves and she sported pretty pink cheeks that made her super pretty. A perfect summer outfit!

At night, for the L’Oreal awards, Olivia changed into Thakoon dress from the Resort collection that was more formal than her day outfit — but still quite similar. The outfit was along the same off-white/gray color scheme and it looks like she may have worn the same shoes. Her hair, however, is more tightly curled and her makeup is less girly. With red lips and deeper blush, the star looks more sophisticated in this outfit. She added a silver statement necklace and metallic silver clutch, which pulled everything together perfectly. She looked amazing!

Which of Olivia’s two looks do you like better? She looks so good in both it’s hard to decide! VOTE.

Jennifer Crawford

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