As much as Kristen Stewart loves to belittle the spotlight, the girl OWNED it at Breaking Dawn: Part 2's red carpet premiere. And it's perfectly clear that's what she set out to do, too. After all, she showed up wearing a naked dress. Okay, so she wasn't actually naked, but this Zuhair Murad dress -- made of sheer gold lace with a bustier-like bodice and pleated skirt -- is one of those dresses that's going to go down in history like the JLo Versace number. Because, just as JLo's cleavage and entire stomach were on display in that designer number, what very little junk KStew has in her trunk was showing right through her dress! (Albeit covered by a nude leotard.) I'd venture to say the dress was just as -- or even more! -- "naked" than Britney Spears' famous sparkly nude jumpsuit at the 2000 VMAs.
But hey, it totally worked. Not to mention that Kristen and her castmates' black tie vampire style is sure to set some fashion trends down the road ...
Don't get me wrong. I don't think most people will start trying to pull off KStew's naked dress. (Nor should they!) But there's something to be said for going with a nude/neutral dress. It doesn't have to be a completely sheer. Just look at Nikki Reed and Ashley Greene, who both looked stunning in their muted neutrals -- Reed in gray accented with metallic detailwork and Greene in a romantic blush, one-shouldered frock. Check 'em out ...
The Twilight ladies prove neutral is HOT. And flowy, glowy, twinkly, and sexy. Plus, it acts as the perfect backdrop for bolder, stand-out, glam makeup hues, too -- think rich berry lipsticks, deep smoky shadows -- which are perfect for holiday parties. Love it! Forget the LBD ... Judging from the BD2 premiere, the must-have, go-to dress of the season should be a LND (Little Neutral, Nude, or even, yes, "Naked" Dress).
How do you feel about Kristen's "naked" dress? Are you a fan of neutrals?
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