Celebrity naked dresses have become a bit of a trend over the last few years, turning up the heat on the red carpet. Sofia wore a bedazzled coral thong and bikini set for her 21st birthday party, with a sheer sarong over the top and matching Puma pumps - August Type keyword s to search. Today's Top Stories. Kate reveals unseen photo of her royal children. Kim K leaks the ultimate barefaced 90s selfie.
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While it's hard to pinpoint who was the pioneer of the "naked dress," the definition of the eye-catching non-clothing clothing item has certainly evolved over the past decade. As we inch closer to , we continue to see more celebs unapologetically showing off their bodies thanks to a little body positivity and, you know, freeing the nipple. We all know Katy Perry isn't one to miss when it comes to red carpet fashion. At the MTV Movie Awards, the singer wore this very short, very sparkly Zuhair Murad mini dress—with a blue wig to finish the look. The actress arrived at the premiere of Thor: The Dark World in an Azzaro Couture long-sleeve black dress with a sheer slit in the back, and we're still speechless. While promoting the release of her hit "Wrecking Ball," Cyrus wore Agent Provocateur bikini bottoms, nipple pasties, and a white mesh dress to perform at the iHeartRadio Music Festival in The front of Paltrow's Antonio Berardi dress may have been rated PG at the Los Angeles premiere of Iron Man 3, but when she turned to the side, the sheer number totally became R-rated.
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Some celebs are more into the bikini pics , while others lean the hell into being nude AF I'm looking at you, Kylie Jenner. Just wait until you see these celebs who bared it all on Instagram. And we mean topless , bottomless, and even full-on nude. But you gotta love their confidence. A post shared by Lizzo lizzobeeating.
Nude is a term that gives me the creeps. Nude were the stockings I flipped past when I started wearing them as a teenager, preferring warm bronze colors in summer and dark coppery stockings in the winter. Bold red, ghostly white, or glittery lips were what called me out of the tasteful, painfully alienated, and safely ordered Waspy world into which I was born, and from which I yearned to flee. Nudes were what the portrait photographer showed me when I applied to be his assistant. He informed me that the soft-focus, warm-toned prints were not dirty pictures, but rather high-art testaments to the young naked women who posed in the safety of his studio.