She stepped out over the weekend in a daring sheer Marchesa dress, with mere white tassels covering her modesty.
And now, Blake Lively has emerged in another risque outfit.
The 24-year-old turned heads at Lady Gaga's Workshop Opening at Barneys in New York last night.
The actress slipped her stunning curves in a bright blue tuxedo, with a jacket that left very little to the imagination.
Blake had opted to wear no blouse or shirt underneath, exposing plenty of her decolletage.
On account of the low-cut attire and no room for underwear, a hint of the star's fashion tape could be seen peeking out.
While it may have been difficult to be distracted from the area, another standout on Blake's bright ensemble were the lacy shoulder pads.
The feature gave the the two-piece a certain eighties feel.
Without her boyfriend Ryan Reynolds on hand, Blake instead cosied up to her Gossip Girl co-star Matthew Settle at the event.
Her relationship with her 35-year-old Green Lantern co-star, is however, going from strength to strength.
The couple appear to have become inseparable, at least when their busy schedules allow, and Blake heads to Boston as often as she can when she isn’t filming her TV show Gossip Girl in New York.
The pair, who have been dating for about a month, are said to be already looking for a love nest to buy together.Catching up: Without her boyfriend Ryan Reynolds on hand, Blake instead cosied up to her Gossip Girl co-star Matthew Settle at the event
They were spotted checking out a $4.5 million apartment in Manhattan, according to New York Post's Page Six.
The pad is situated between the historic Flatiron building and the Empire State and is nestled on the back of Madison Square Park.
Meanwhile, last night, hostess with the mostess Lady Gaga cut the ribbon at the launch of her Workshop at the upscale Manhattan department store.
The pop star looked spectacular in a cream long-sleeve corseted ballgown with black and gold trim.
She paired the look with her obligatory wild footwear, some gold studded platforms.
And she accessorised with a Chanel handbag, oversized zany sunglasses and ribbon and feathered headdress.
Gaga's workshop is a collaborative fashion and lifestyle project between the singer and Barney's New York, at the store's East 60th Street location.
It is a 5,500 square foot in-store holiday shop designed completely by the pop star.
The bright and whimsical store features items such as her infamous hair bows attached to headbands, iPhone and iPad covers and stiletto-heel holiday stockings.Whimsical fun: Gaga's workshop is a collaborative fashion and lifestyle project between the singer and Barney's New York, at the store's East 60th Street location
Gaga style: The bright store features items such as her infamous hair bows attached to headbands
There are also studded leather motorcycle jackets and Gaga-style Christmas ornaments.
The pop-up shop also has a candy store for kids, with little monsters-shaped cookies and rock candy necklaces, included among the delectable treats.
Shoppers can also channel Gaga's outrageous clothing style, with a pair of $4,000 heel-less booties and $50 heart-shaped sunglasses also for sale.
Know for her philanthropic efforts, Gaga is giving 25% of workshop or online sales to her Born This Way Foundation.
The star also performed at the event, singing two of her hits, including The Edge Of Glory and Born This Way.
'It's a `Charlie and the Chocolate Factory' moment,' she told reporters. 'We wanted it all to be whimsical and fun, with a sense of art and fashion.'Daring: Blake stepped out over the weekend in a daring sheer Marchesa dress, with mere white tassels covering her modesty, to celebrate 100 episodes of Gossip Girl