From her soap opera days to Desperate Housewives to killing it on the Cannes red carpet, Eva Longoria has kept moving in her career, and her style has been reflective of every step. Take a look at her fashion throughout the years and let us know: which is your favorite look?
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Eva made an appearance at the Nosotros 31st Golden Eagle Awards in a striped tube dress with metallic accessories. Look at that curly hair!
Eva goes for a bit of a Honey-meets-Fly-Girl look at a birthday part event. Ah, the days of the midriff trend!
Sporting a casual look at an event in Disneyland (there's that midriff again!), Eva shows off some skin and a sleek new 'do.
Whoa, mama! Eva goes super-sexy at the MTV VMAs in a silk dress with a plunging neckline and banded bottom.
A fairy tale look at the Emmy Awards, Eva accessorizes her white gown with silver metallic accessories and heels. So pretty!
Baring shoulders with a poufy-sleeved dress and metallic clutch, Eva makes an appearance in New York City. (Are you feeling the dress?)
Golden girl at a Fall fashion show in New York City. So much metallic!
The MTV Europe Awards host rocked the purple carpet in a gothic-inspired outfit and tall pumps. We just wish she had worn some pants.
Eva attended the Annual White House Correspondents' Associate Dinner looking chic and ladylike.
As the reoccuring host of the NCLR ALMA Awards, we expect Eva to turn it out in a series of beyond incredible gowns every year and this striking emerald number was by far our favorite in 2013.
Opting for black and white yet again, the political activist attended the Women In Film 2014 Crystal + Lucy Awards in tailored pants and a sleeveless top with a tie-front. She just keeps getting better and better, style wise.
For the Saint Laurent premiere at the 67th Annual Cannes Film Festival, Eva wore a custom Gabriela Cadena gown embroidered with pearl and Swarovski crystal detailing and the result was another A+ move on the actress' part.