Megan Fox Slays in Leather Lace-Up Pants and a Fuzzy Bucket Hat

Photo credit: Axelle/Bauer-Griffin
Photo credit: Axelle/Bauer-Griffin

It's a fact that Megan Fox ruled spring and summer '22 with her showstopping street styles, unmatched swimwear, and red carpet-ready gowns. Now, the Jennifer's Body hottie is ready to show us how you can be a Hot Girl even when it's cold out. Her first entry into the fall fashion archives for this year is a quirky and fun mixed textured leather pants and flannel top moment that comes straight out of the '90s.

Stepping out on September 26, after having been MIA for a bit due to planning her wedding to fiancé Machine Gun Kelly (aka Colson Baker), Megan and MGK were pictured in Harper's Bazaar dining out amid Milan Fashion Week in Italy. The fashion icons who love to show off their couple style by wearing cotton candy co-ords, serving up roller disco realness, and going casual for vacay photos proved that they were the perfect pair in coordinating red and green 'fits. While Baker certainly stood out in an oxblood leather trenchcoat with a printed knit sweater underneath, Fox stole the show in criss-cross, lace-up pants, and a cozy flannel.

Serving Freddy Kreuger-inspired, red and green vibes, Megan sported an army green scoop neck crop top underneath an oversized, distressed flannel button-down. Taking the look from day to night with hot, hot, hot (!!) olive-hued, croc-embossed pants, Megan showed off her legs with two strips of cutouts running up the sides of the bottoms, ending at the top of her hips. To keep warm as the temps dropped late into the night, Megan wore a bright red, fuzzy bucket hat with her dark and wavy hair poking out. Megan further accessorized her bold, mismatched outfit with a rectangular-shaped, tortoise-shell print handbag, and glamorous lime green rhinestone heels.

We've been seeing Megan experiment with her fashion choices like her fuschia two-pieces, platinum pink hair, and chainmail skirts. The BooHoo collaborator credits MGK for helping her find her personal style as well as introducing her to stylist Maeve Reilly.

"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.' And it wasn't until I was molded and had to dress one way that I gave up on that," she told Vogue in a January 2022 interview.

"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."

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