Is there a shortage in fabric? Are our cotton supplies running low? You have to wonder when stars start wearing half a skirt if there's not some greater political message behind their drafty dresses. Miley Cyrus is the latest A-lister to wear a questionable outfit -- her crocheted skirt was only half finished before she decided to wear it out and about in Miami Beach. She looked crisp and cool from the waist up (that cropped chambray shirt and aviators look great on her), but from the hips down, she looked like a fifth grade art teacher who only wears clothing she knits in her spare time when she's not fixing her kiln or wondering what the hell happened to her cats.
Point is this skirt is not Miley's best look. And in Miami, you have to be careful with a pattern like that -- she'll be rocking a bizarre shin tan in no time if she's not careful.
But Miley isn't alone.
Unfortunately, she's not the only star committing this see-through bottom crime. There are plenty more where she came from.
Charlize Theron might have been wearing Christian Dior Haute Couture, but it was hard to see, if only because there was so little of it -- she wore the transparent gown to the premiere of Snow White and the Huntsman in London over the weekend.
Not to be outdone, co-star Kristen Stewart also went see-through below the waist. In her gossamer Marchesa gown, you could see that KStew opted for sneaks under her dress, rather than heels.
Then there's Madonna. The 53-year-old Material Girl wore a sheer black dress recently, which left little to the imagination.
So is Miley just hopping on this diaphanous dress trend since like everyone and their mother are doing it? Maybe. Or maybe it has to do with the cotton crops, after all.
What do you think of the see-through bottom trend?
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