These days many style watchers are following Kate Upton’s style. She is known for her pretty face, curvaceous body, and remarkable personality. In the fashion world, she is one of our favorite models because of her skill at showcasing seductive, yet sweet-looking photos.
Kate Upton, the pretty model who is also known for her appearances in the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue, got all of us excited yesterday with a black and white polka dot number. She was spotted flaunting the sultry look as she left the Late Night with Jimmy Fallon show in New York.
The 20-year-old beauty donned a black and white polka dot dress with a plunging neckline that showed off her enviable curves. With her gorgeous look, she wore her blonde hair loose to match her flawless complexion. She accessorized with a gold clutch bag, a pair of black and white, heeled shoes, and a chic bracelet. To complete her fabulous style, she opted for light makeup.
The supermodel recently sizzled as a cover girl for GQ magazine. In a new, behind-the-scenes video of the photo shoot, Miss Upton flaunted her modeling skills. One part of the video flashes to her rolling in the grass topless and covering herself up with her hands. In another segment, she covers her chest with two, miniature American flags while wearing a pair of unzipped denim shorts. She also stylishly pulls off a casual look in another set up, in which she poses in a pool wearing a sheer, white T-shirt.
Recently, the dazzling model endured a slight mishap while shooting a photo spread for GQ magazine. She explained what happened in an interview, stating:
“For the GQ photo shoot, we were on the ride where the seat spins while the actual ride is spinning, and I’m wearing a one-piece.”
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