Ooh la la! No matter how many times a star in a see-through gown struts down the red carpet, the public tends to react with raised eyebrows and dropped jaws. This awards season, from the Golden Globes to the Grammys , there was a particularly high volume of oohing and aahing from stargazers because many celebs have decided to go sheer this year, and the trend is trickling down to the public, too. Why has the naked dress returned in , more than five years after Rihanna brought it back and covered it in Swarovski crystals? Unlike the material on trend, the answer has a few layers.
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Naked dresses remain among the most impressive of all red carpet feats. While we've now grown used to spotting barely-there designs and expertly-placed material on nearly every celebrity red carpet including major award shows, like the Golden Globes and the Oscars , they never fail to leave us impressed. However, not every celebrity is a fan of going super sheer or enjoys rocking cutouts.
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