We get it. By the second and third celebrity to follow suit on the red carpet, we were immune to the dangerously-high seam. Well, the latest red carpet trend is to reveal all in a see-through dress. But you know what, the celebs are baring it all in a chic - not cheap - fashion, and we are so in to it. These are the best celebrity see-through dresses we love from the safest to the most revealing , and the style secrets to getting this transparent trend right. Tip 1. Invest in really great underwear. Something minimal that has a flattering cut but also keeps everything in is best.
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The Flawless hitmaker flaunted her bootylicious frame in a sheer embellished Givenchy dress which showed off her every curve at the Met Gala. The Queen arrived on the red carpet in the stunning designer creation which left little to the imagination - and jaws everywhere dropped to the floor. The star wore her long blonde locks in a high side ponytail, and opted for super glam make-up with a shimmery pink lip and a golden complexion. Bey teamed her dress with a pair of sky-high nude stilettos and accessorised with a pair of gold drop earrings.
The best celebrity see-through dresses
Beyonce , 36, is by far the queen of sheer dresses at the Met Gala. The dress featured gorgeous beading and feathers. Beyonce showed up in another sheer gown at the Met Gala. She stunned in a black bodysuit with a sheer overlay. Then came her most sheer look yet. Beyonce made us all bow down when she walked the Met Gala red carpet in a completely see-through look. The gown showed off her fantastic body and was adorned with intricate jewels. Kendall Jenner , 22, took sexy to a whole new level in that see-through La Perla gown at the Met Gala.
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