See-Through Dresses Are Making A Comeback

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MTV’s Video Music Awards is one of the most iconic nights of the year filled with show-stopping performances, moon man awards and of course the red carpet. On Sept. 12, the infamous award show aired, serving all types of looks including see-through dresses.

2021 Looks

A naked dress that stole the VMA show was none other than model Hailey Rhode Baldwin Bieber. Although she did not walk the red carpet, she drew attention to her look while introducing Kacey Musgraves. Bieber wore a lavender turtle neck midi see-through body con dress designed by Maison Alaia. She paired the look with metallic purple pumps and a dark purple clutch — keeping it simple but a statement at the same time.

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Another sheer fabric moment was worn by actress Megan Fox. Fox wore a see-through nude-colored dress designed by Thierry Mugler on the red carpet and when she introduced her boyfriend’s performance during the show.

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Past Choices
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Despite COVID-19, last year was held without any fans but that didn’t stop an array of outfits from being displayed. Miley Cyrus wore a black sheer Mugler dress paired with black undergarments on the VMA 2020 carpet. A year later and the trend has caught on for sure.

Fast Forward

As noticed, this year has been full of new trends and see-through dresses have only just begun. Celebrities have given the public moments of showing off aspects of the naked dress — but it is safe to say they are back and not going anywhere. These outfits are statement pieces that are empowering to allow women to show off their bodies in the way they desire. It lets women express themselves which has been so strongly encouraged as time moves forward.

Would you ever add a see-through dress to your closet? Let us know your opinion on these dresses by tweeting us, @VALLEYmag, on Twitter!



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