Mon, 09 Jul 2012 11:03:38 GMT | By Elishia Leong
Sofia Vergara's red hot style!

We round up the hottest red carpet fashion this Columbian beauty has ever worn. Forget the big 4-0, she's beyond gorgeous and still as fabulous as ever!



We round up the hottest red carpet fashion this Columbian beauty has ever worn. Forget the big 4-0, she's beyond gorgeous and still as fabulous as ever! (© WireImage)
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In last year's Smurf's world premiere, Sofia was in a Missoni Resort full length purple dress.

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