Sofia Vergara Shows Off Sexy Back At 2012 SAG Awards (PHOTOS)

Showing off her sexy back to the photogs on the 2012 SAG Awards red carpet, Sofía Vergara sizzled on the red carpet in designer style!

"I don't come out to these events without bling bling," she told Giuliana Rancic. She wore giant rings, bracelets, and pendant earrings (all by Lorraine Schwartz) that perfectly accented her bold-hued Marchesa gown. 

Her sassy attitude shined through in the sexy dress, as she hit sultry poses that put her curves on full display.

As far as the awards were concerned, she told Giuliana it's just a big Modern Family party. Unless they don't win their nominated category!  "If Betty White wins, we'll get upset," she joked. (Update- Betty won!)



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  • Deno

    She is definately one of God's best creations!

  • Crizy

    This post makes me so sad. I was totally that teeeagnr. The summer I was 14 or so, I went from a B to a D+ in a few months. Luckily, my mom has large breasts as well, so she took me to go get fitted from a proper store (NOT Victoria's Secret). But the store still didn't have my size, so for the next several years I wore 32DDs. These big, foam cup things that covered my entire breast, except for where I bulged out of the cups. The band seemed to fit, or at least nothing else went smaller. I was a skinny, skinny kid. I rode my bike and rode horses, I was all muscle and bone. But I had these breasts that made my entire body look out of proportion. Because it was the grunge era, I wore giant shirts that made me feel even worse about my body, because I felt fat. Tighter shirts just pulled and stretched and made me feel grotesque in another way. Riding horses was painful, though I was lucky to find Shock Absorber bras that kept my boobs in check.And then as I hit college and met other friends who had my same breast issue. I learned that your bra should be flat across the back, and not ride up at all. I learned that if you feel like you have to adjust your bra throughout the day, you are wearing the wrong size. I learned that most department stores do not carry larger cups or smaller bands, and as a size 2 jean, I was DEFINITELY in need of a smaller band.I hated my breasts. I desperately wanted a breast reduction as my mom had, because my back hurt all the time. Our health insurance even would have paid for it, but my mom wouldn't let me get one. Now I'm glad I did not, because I have learned how to dress and care for my breasts in a way that makes me feel confident and good about my body.Now I wear v-neck tops with camisoles underneath to break up the space. I wear cardigans and other button up tops with layers underneath. Earrings, necklaces, scarves all distract from my cleavage. But more importantly than steering away from the big baggy look was finding the right kind of bra. Wearing a 30FF, I felt supported for the FIRST time since getting breasts. I could run! In a normal bra, even! I felt skinnier because my breasts actually looked smaller when properly supported. I felt more presentable because my breasts weren't bulging out all over.I like my breasts now, even as they keep growing. (Which they will, both grow and shrink, throughout your life.) It's difficult to find bras that fit, but when they do: It's so worth it.Letter writer, I hope you do not have to wait until you turn 24 like I did. Please, go read about how bras should fit (A Sophisticated has a good tutorial, so does Butterfly, and then seek out the right bra. If it's not comfortable, don't buy it. Keep searching. It's worth it. YOU'RE worth it.

  • Youssefkeko

    They defenitily don't look like your typical Kmart clothes! I'm loving it! Yea, she can wear anything and make it look GREAT! haha