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It’s easy to spot the difference between the beautiful dresses and the aim-to-shock clothing in the images below, isn’t it?

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Marilyn Monroe was probably the first and most daring of them all. Singing ‘Happy Birthday Mr. President’ to John F. Kennedy’s party in New York wearing a sheer dress about 50 years ago is the opposite of ‘a piece of cake’. And that’s probably the reason naked dresses didn’t become a regular thing in public events until now. Nevertheless, today a completely transparent piece of clothing on the red carpet is not a shocker. Some do it to make a statement against those who claim that women shouldn’t wear anything too revealing, others because they love a designer’s daring creation or they feel risky. Others, of course, to try and drag all the attention to them.

Whichever the case, one would be blind to not notice that all the more revealing dresses are making their way to public events, with many of the wearers saying that they don’t have to ‘apologise’ for their choices, because now they feel to have a choice to wear whatever they please. And to be honest, that reason is just enough.

 

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Beyonce Knowles Schiaparelli and Prada 'Impossible Conversations' Costume Institute Gala 2012 at The Metropolitan Museum of Art Featuring: Beyonce Knowles Where: New York City, United States When: 07 May 2012 Credit: WENN

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