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Monday 29 December 2014

Blake Lively in sultry shoot

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Blake Lively
Costume Institute Gala Benefit celebrating the Punk: Chaos To Couture exhibition, Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, America - 06 May 2013
WEARING GUCCI
Blake Lively

Blake Lively posed for Lucky magazine in a series of sultry snaps on Tuesday.

The actress channelled the feistiness and sultry attitude of her Gossip Girl alter ego Serena van der Woodsen as she posed and pouted in New York City.

The stunning blonde modelled an array of outfits, including a cosy grey coat with black fur trim.

Keeping things racy, Blake wore nothing underneath and elongated her legs with a pair of heeled black boots.

The 25-year-old also showcased a retro '70s look, donning a wide-brimmed hat and super short mini dress.

Thigh-high boots with peep toes finished off the look, while her hair was kept tousled and her make-up natural.

Part of the shoot also saw Blake embrace her inner rock star in a sexy monochrome look.

The star wore a black high-neck top with a matching white jacket and skirt with a split.

Silver detail added bling in the form of sunglasses, chains and a metallic clutch bag.

Further looks included a brown cropped jumper with a matching pencil skirt that showed off Blake's curves.

The Gossip Girl star proved she also has a laidback side, by wearing a baggy jumper with leggings in one shot and happily walking around set in a dressing gown and cosy slippers.

It's been a great fashion week for Blake already who wore a stunning Marchesa gown to the Metropolitan Museum of Art's Costume Institute Gala on Monday.

The star looked beautiful in the dress that featured a tight bodice and a trail of feather-like material.

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