Sofia Vergara Covers Lucky's November Issue

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Sofia Vergara fronts Lucky.

Sofia Vergara has something to get off her chest: Her generous cleavage is "such a pain in the ass."

Covering Lucky's November issue in a sexy black bustier top that shows off her ample curves, the Modern Family star opens up about the ups and downs of having large breasts.

"I know [my breasts] have opened doors for me, let's be real," she tells the magazine. "But I so hate when I see Gisele and she is wearing a tiny little tank top with no bra, like, 'Oh, I just threw this on, I look so cute.' If I wore that I would look like I was pregnant, or a fat stripper."

Not that she's complaining. Ripped Emmy gowns aside, those killer curves have been pretty good for her career.

"I am not there to look intelligent," the Colombian beauty admits. "I want to show all this off while I still have it. I already know I am going to get a breast lift. Then, maybe one day, when I am done with being sexy, I will just get rid of them."

Until then, she's happy to show them off for her cover shoot, which sees her posing in a lacy black Bebe bustier paired with a purple L'Wren Scott skirt, a strapless Moschino dress, and a plunging animal-print top from her own Kmart collection.

Of the low-priced fashion line, Vergara says, "I met all these women who saw all the fun, colorful, comfortable stuff I was wearing and said, 'Where did you get that, it is so cute.' And I knew I had access to the designers and I wanted to give the woman who is saving her grocery money for a cute outfit something good that she can afford."

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And the rest, as they say, is history. Other style essentials include Creme de la Mer skincare (a staple since her 20s), high heels (the actress only wears sneakers to the gym), and her new engagement ring.

"It is perfection," the CoverGirl spokeswoman says. "If it was bigger, it would be too big to wear. But if it was smaller, I would not like [it]."

The actress also opens up about turning 40 ("[It's] horrible—people that say it isn't are full of s***," she jokes) and the possibility of having more children now that her 20-year-old son, Manolo, is in college. Yes, you read that right.

Hmm. If 40 Is "horrible" for her, imagine how bad it will be for the rest of us.

For more Sofia Vergara, visit and pick up the November issue, on sale October 10.