The Witches of East End starlet looks positively radiant on the cover of the January issue of Ocean Drive magazine, going braless and sporting a revealing bright pink Diane von Furstenberg jacket with matching slacks.
As for how the 33-year-old bounced back to her pre-pregnancy figure after giving birth to daughter Everly, Dewan-Tatum credits her vegan diet as well as her background in dance.
"I danced for 22 years of my life, hardcore, every day, seven hours a day, so I'm lucky that [my body] likes to snap back to that shape as long as I put a little effort into it, but I'm really active," the actress tells the magazine. Dewan-Tatum also adds that as she rocked Everly, she turned the consistent activity into a workout of squats and lunges.
Dewan-Tatum and husband Channing Tatum, who met on the set of the dance flick Step Up in 2006, are with their daughter in New Orleans as the hunky actor films 22 Jump Street. However, if they are apart, they use Facetime as a way to stay connected.
"She absolutely can recognize him and touches the phone," the brunette beauty says of her adorable tech-savvy little girl. "He's Mr. Play Funtime Dad," she adds of her husband's personality when he is around his precious baby. "So every time he comes in, he's singing to her. He holds her and dances around and she's laughing. She literally lights up when he walks in the room."
The tiny tot has a very unique musical taste thanks to her ultra-hip parents, so don't expect Everly to go down for a nap to nursery rhymes.
"She's her own soul, but she definitely seems to be leaning towards the musically coordinated side of things," Dewan-Tatum admits. "Lest you think that it's all baby talk, Everly has more modern taste."
So what kind of tunes does Everly groove to, and calm when she is in her crib?
"I'd like to think that Drake and Prince are pretty badass for a little girl," the proud mama adds.