Brooklyn Decker: Former Swimsuit Model Making Waves in Hollywood

Brooklyn Decker at the German premiere of Meine erfundene Frau Just go with it Berlin Feb 2011

Brooklyn Decker gained notoriety for being a model, but now the 24-year-old is gaining exposure for her burgeoning acting career. She was the object of Adam Sandler's misguided affection in the comedy Just Go With It and she's currently filming What to Expect When You're Expecting alongside heavy-hitters like Cameron Diaz and Jennifer Lopez, while her action/alien invasion flick Battleship is set to hit theaters next year. Since this former Sports Illustrated swimsuit cover girl is making such a splash in Hollywood, we thought it was an ideal time to examine her style.

Brooklyn Decker Las Vegas Mayor Oscar Goodman welcomes Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Models at the Mirage Hotel and Casino Feb 2010Brooklyn Decker Spike TV Guys Choice Awards Culver City June 2010

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In celebration of landing the cover of the iconic swimsuit issue, Brooklyn joined other Sports Illustrated models at the Mirage Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas back in February 2010. She sported an Elizabeth and James crystal mini skirt which she paired with a blush tank and grey suede ankle booties. She sparkled in silver at Spike TV's Guys Choice Awards in June 2010. Her Grai by Maya Yogev metallic number was partnered with Burberry shoes and Dannijo jewels.

Brooklyn Decker 2010 ESPY Awards Los Angeles July 2010Brooklyn Decker Premiere Just Go With It New York City Feb 2011

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This rose-colored formfitting Herve Leger was Brooklyn's daring choice for the 2010 ESPY Awards the following month. The dress was bound to get all the attention so she kept the accessories low-key like this Love necklace by Sydney Evan. For her recent comedy, Just Go With It, Brooklyn traveled all over the world to promote the film. She started at the Ziegfeld Theatre in New York City in early February wearing a leopard print Dolce & Gabbana Fall 2010 long-sleeved dress with a square neckline combined with violet Brian Atwood pumps, Finn hoop earrings and Vhernier bracelet.

Brooklyn Decker at a photocall for Meine erfundene Frau Just go with it Berlin Feb 2011Brooklyn Decker at the German premiere of Meine erfundene Frau Just go with it Berlin Feb 2011

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The cast then headed overseas for the film's publicity tour. At the photocall in Berlin on February 21, Brooklyn was clad in a sweet Diane von Furstenberg Nicola dress. Isabel Marant suede boots, and a black leather jacket toughened up the look. She changed into a MaxMara Spring 2011 fuchsia halter jumpsuit with high slit for the German premiere later that day. Accessories included a coordinating belt and pointy heels.

Brooklyn Decker Just Go With It Sigueme el rollo Photocall Madrid Feb 2011Brooklyn Decker Just Go With It Spanish Premiere Madrid Feb 2011

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While Brooklyn was in Madrid the following day, she attended the movie's photocall session in a ruched ribbon Burberry Prorsum Resort 2011 short-sleeve shift. A pair of teal Christian Louboutin pumps added a pop of color. Later at the Spanish premiere, the rising star kept it fresh and fun donning a floral print strapless Dolce & Gabbana. Brian Atwood's orange suede heels and a perfectly relaxed side braided ponytail finished off the look.

Brooklyn Decker Launch of Amazon new website MYHABBIT New York City May 2011Brooklyn Decker The 2011 ESPY Awards Los Angeles July 2011

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When Amazon hosted a launch party for its new Web site, MYHABIT.com this past May in New York City, Brooklyn went bright in this yellow Zara dress. Dolce & Gabbana shoes and a necklace by Vera Wang served as accessories. With tennis star Andy Roddick as her husband, it made sense that Brooklyn would make her way back to the ESPYs last month. She wore Jay Ahr's Spring 2011 leather mini in conjunction with Pigalle Christian Louboutins and several Dannijo studded bracelets.