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Nicole Kidman Makes Nude Work At Celebrate Life Ball

MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - JUNE 13:  Actress Nicole Kidman attends the Celebrate Life Ball at Grand Hyatt Melbourne on June 13, 2014 in Melbourne, Australia.  (Photo by Scott Barbour/Getty Images)
MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - JUNE 13: Actress Nicole Kidman attends the Celebrate Life Ball at Grand Hyatt Melbourne on June 13, 2014 in Melbourne, Australia. (Photo by Scott Barbour/Getty Images)

Pulling off a flesh-toned dress is never easy, but for Nicole Kidman, it looks like a breeze.

The 46-year-old attended the Swisse Celebrate Life Ball in Melbourne, looking every inch the Hollywood glamazon in a nude Prada gown that perfectly accentuated her lean figure. The neutral tone, which can often wash you out, also looks flattering on the Aussie beauty thanks to her porcelain skin.

The dress featured a deep-v neckline, which showed off some impressive cleavage and in turn, sparked plastic surgery rumours. The dress also featured a fitted bodice outlined with crystal embellishments along the waist, neck, and shoulders -- it's a dress and jewelry look in one!

But this isn't the first time a nude Prada dress has shown up on the red carpet -- you might remember Emma Stone rocking a very similar nude Prada look back in April during "The Amazing Spider-Man 2" press tour.

The Oscar winner accessorized with a pair of drop earrings and a silver cuff bracelet. Her hair was styled in side-parted chignon with a piece of hair left down at the front to frame her face.

While on the red carpet, the "Grace of Monaco" actress joked around for the cameras and posed with a black feathered eye mask while her husband, Keith Urban, happily looked on.

What do you think of the look -- was it a style hit or miss for you?

She's come a long way!

Nicole Kidman's Style Evolution
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