Risqué sheer panels: Would you try it?
(These celebs did!)
Wardrobe-malfunction-tempting sheer panels are a thing these days. Well, if you go by what Adriana Lima, Lily Collins and January Jones are wearing on the red carpet, that is.
Let's take a closer look at these ladies' outfit choices -- and how much skin they're showing off -- and then discuss: Would you try it?
Over the weekend at WonderCon, Lily Collins wore a revealing, sheer blouse that was dangerously risking some underboob. She was otherwise covered up in sleek black leather, though. What do you think dad Phil would have said about this look?
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Adriana Lima's white-hot Alberta Ferretti gown is just a perfect storm of sexy. There's the side-boob and totally transparent commando-requiring side panel, and she's wearing the dress backward to show some cleavage. Too much or just right?
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I love it when January Jones makes a discussion-starting fashion statement. (Respect!) At the "Mad Men" premiere, she wore a blocked Jonathan Saunders dress with a precariously flimsy skirt panel. Hopefully there weren't any strong breezes on the red carpet.
Are you into risqué sheer panels? Is it something that you'd want to wear? Which celeb look is your favorite (if any)? Vote and tell us what you think in the comments!
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