Lara Worthington dazzles in rare mirror selfies wearing a Marine Serre gown.
Lara Worthington has shared a series of rare selfies on social media while dressed in a figure-hugging gown that fans have dubbed insane.
She rarely shares candid photos on social media, preferring to showcase her professional work on her Instagram page.
However, Lara Worthington surprised fans on Thursday with a series of selfies, eliciting a frenzy of excitement from her 768,000 Instagram followers.
The 33-year-old is pictured in a figure-hugging dress by couture label Marine Serre.
The ensemble featured an unusual design comprised of panels with varying prints. While some were yellow-striped, others were completely black or covered in blue crescents.
The mother-of-three wore her signature blonde bob loosely and appeared to be wearing natural-looking makeup, captioning the photo with three fish emojis.
Naturally, the rare glimpse of Lara behind-the-scenes of what appears to be a photo shoot has sent fans into a frenzy, with hundreds of comments swarming the images.
“You are absolutely stunning,” one woman wrote.
“As always, Lara is stunning,” another added.
“How do you look THIS good?” another inquired.
Additionally, the words "amazing," "beautiful," and "unreal" appeared frequently, as did a slew of flame and heart eye emojis.
Lara recently stepped out in Bondi wearing another ensemble that drew attention from fans.
The model, who is married to actor Sam Worthington, was out for a stroll in March wearing an unusually stylish ensemble.
Lara's midriff was on display in a pair of "G-string" pants, a garment purposely designed to make it appear as though your underwear is on full display.
The risque trend began in the 1990s and involves wearing low-hanging pants with a tiny G-string pulled up high to reveal the underwear.
Recently, the bold trend has made a comeback, but with the undies string purposefully incorporated into the design.
In Lara's case, it appears as though she has taken the trend to the next level, wearing a pair of pants with a dropped waist and then a cage-style waist featuring strings and a fabric panel that creates the illusion of exposed underwear.
She completed the look by wearing a sheer black blouse tucked into the top of the pants.
Lara became a household name in 2006, when she starred as Lara Bingle in Tourism Australia's divisive "Where the bloody hell are ya?" campaign.