Honestly, if I see one more award show where the women have more sagging out of their dresses than is covered up by them, I think I am going to scream. I understand the desire of women wanting to look good and to draw attention to their assets, but, oh my goodness, I just don’t get the bare it all attitude. When I get all dressed up, I want people looking at all of me, the total package, and thinking, “Wow, she looks great!” Watching the SAG Awards the other night, I spent more time wondering if the actresses’ wardrobe malfunctions would happen “on-camera” or “off-camera” than I did thinking about how they looked in their dresses. In the end, I remembered the dress or, in some cases, the lack of a dress more than I remembered the woman wearing it. Somehow I don’t think that was the ultimate goal. It is kind of like remembering the commercial, but not the product — it doesn’t do much for branding.
I’ve always been a firm believer that some of the sexiest looks leave a bit to the imagination. Suggestion is highly seductive. Take a look at how these classic women dressed and share your thoughts about baring it all on the red carpet.
The Duchess of Cambridge