9 provocative dresses from Red Carpet
Red carpet events are much sought-after affairs and celebrities make the extra effort of dressing up in their best evening gowns, dresses, and tuxedos to dazzle at the event. Some celebrities however go a step further and, in a bid to stand out and make heads turn, dress in the most outrageous outfits that leave little to the imagination. The dresses even make you wonder as to why they even bothered with that much! Here are 9 such dresses that are so provocative that they barely can be called clothing!
She definitely has a body to die for and we guess she knows it too. And that may be the only reason that can explain her 1999 Grammy appearance in that infamous Versace gown that barely covers her parts.
The Zuhair Murad gown that the actress wore for the “Twilight: Breaking Dawn 2” premiere featured sheer panels. And she definitely sparkled in the dazzling but subversive golden gown.
Queen Bey was a picture of “sheer” beauty. And she sparkled at the Met Gala 2015 in the outrageous Riccardo Tisci gown.
At the “Iron Man 3” premiere in 2013 Gwyneth wore a lovely but rather risqué gown designed by Antonio Berardi. The gown had sheer fabric panelling the bottom half of the gown thus exposing her derriere clearly.
Kim Kardashian loves to lap up all the attention and that is exactly what she got when she turned up for the 2015 Met Gala. She appeared in a long beaded sheer gown that barely covered her vitals.
At the 2010 MTV Movie Awards night Katy Perry wore a short and sparkly number as found befitting the occasion. But it was absolutely sheer too.
The singer definitely overtakes everyone by miles when it comes to outrageous dresses. And her sparkly and completely sheer gown worn at the CFDA Fashion awards in 2014 is proof enough.
The outfit worn by Lil’ Kim to the Grammy’s in 1999 was just about covering her assets. And it was a tribute to all things wild of the 90’s.
Joanna Krupa, the star of “Real Housewives of Miami” wore a gown to the Grammy’s in 2014 that had a sheer panel running from the chest entirely to the bottom from one side.