The bottom alternated between solid black and sheer material which surrounded the body in swirls. The vertical middle retained the solid color from top to bottom giving a slight mermaid look. It was a bold fashion statement, as some of the sheer material came very close to the crotch area. Still, from far away, the dress appeared tasteful and strategically covered everything it needed to cover.
Eva is not the only one rocking the sheer dresses. Who else is going see-through?
At last night's ALMA Awards, Nicole also made quite the statement with a sheer black number. This gown, designed by Mathieu Mirano, featured sheer long sleeves and a sheer mid-section that lined the middle of her cleavage.
Yet the see-through elements were not the focal point of this unusual number. The black and gold pinned feathers were a bit overpowering against her flat tummy. As a whole, it looked as if she had been plucked around the arms and mid-section.
Last week, the reality star attended the one-year anniversary of the Kardashian Kollection at Sears in New York City. Kim wore a sheer black blouse that clearly showed off her black bra. Still, the blouse itself was quite tasteful as it had a high feminine collar, and cute polka dot sleeves.
Last month in Santa Monica, "Part of Me" singer showed her ex John Mayer what he was missing--literally. Katy wore a sheer black, flower-adorned dress that clearly revealed her black bra and panties. She topped off the outfit with a black leather jacket that she wore open. Was that a black rosary around her neck?
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