Red carpet: Beyonce, Jennifer Lopez to Kendall Jenner: celebrities who chose see-through outfits and did well


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See-through dresses never fail to impress us. We are still amazed by them, despite the fact that they have become quite a typical event on the red carpet. While not all celebrities appreciate or understand how to wear bold, see-through clothing from head to toe, we’ve compiled a list of those who’ve done it successfully.

Celebrities have chosen near-nude costumes to wear on the red carpet at events ranging from the Met Gala to VMAs, and even on foreign waterways. Check it out! Kendall Jenner (Kendall Jenner) Starting with her most recent look, Kenny looked stunning in a sheer bespoke Givenchy dress embellished with crystals.

Megan Fox: Megan Fox wore a completely see-through Mugler dress to the red carpet, where she was joined by Machine Gun Kelly, making a strong case for the translucent dresses in neutral tones. Underneath the dress, the Transformers actress wore neutral toned essentials. This risky red carpet outfit was completed with a wet hairstyle and minimal makeup.

Bella Hadid: A regular at the Cannes Film Festival, Bella surprised us with her choice of this transparent wrap dress adorned with jewels and a long train. It’s no surprise that the model wears the one-shoulder dress with nothing but plain beige underwear and minimal makeup, allowing her dress to speak!

Kylie Jenner: The cosmetics mogul shone at the 2017 MET Gala in a sheer, jeweled Versace gown that beamed with splendor. Her translucent dress had long tassels and she finished the look with a short platinum blonde wig which was definitely the highlight of the show!

Also Read: Sonakshi Sinha VS Beyonce: Who Wore The Yellow Sequin Dress Best? Fan battle

Disclaimer: The opinions expressed in this article are those of the author and not those of IWMBuzz.


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