Everyone is probably looking at Queen Bey and wondering how? Well, my best guess is that Givenchy designer Riccardo Tisci created a built-in body suit for this custom dress so that absolutely nothing had the opportunity to fall out of place. If you can’t get Mr. Tisci to do the same for you, I suggest this:
U-Plunge self adhesive bodysuit, $30; net-a-porter.com
P.Diddy’s main squeeze wore a subtly sheer dress, but the skin is there all the same. Cassie is more than likely rocking a barely there and flesh-colored thong.
Cosabella Soire New Low Rider Italian Thong, $20;cosabella.com
Gigi went really bold with her after-party look, channeling Coachella in her Adidas sneakers and sheer black dress, which was really all about putting her undies on display. To achieve Gigi’s look, all it takes is a granny panty, for lack of a better term, and since this is the only kind of panty I wear, I’m totally down with this.
Hanro Touch Feeling midi brief, $34; matchesfashion.com
If this week’s Met Gala showed us anything, it was every curve, nook, and cranny of our favorite celebs’ bodies. Ahem, Beyoncé. And even though Rihanna has rocked this look to the extreme before, with about 10 sheer dresses on the carpet, it appears to be a major trend. If this is something you want to attempt on your own, though, there are a few things you should know, because it’s not the kind of thing you can just do on a whim. You need to be, as Scar, Mufasa’s…