The “Naked” Dress

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What’s the first thing that comes to mind when you think of the “naked” dress? That’s right; in the first season of Sex and The City, Carrie Bradshaw donned the infamous garment during a photo shoot, and it took her right to her first date with Mr. Big. She thought it was the downfall of their not-yet-started relationship, and yet it seems as it was the catalyst to the beginning of a whirlwind romance.

Carrie Bradshaw Naked Dress via Pinterest

Carrie Bradshaw Naked Dress via Pinterest

So it’s no surprise to see a re-emergence of the “naked” dress, or at least, a modern take on the “naked” dress. It’s has always been barely-there slip, usually in a nude tone but now done in so many styles and colours. It relates to the current underwear as outerwear trend, and has been worn by some of our favourite celeb starlets. A new type of “naked” dress has also emerged, giving more of an homage to its namesake as ever before with varying degrees of actual skin showing.

The Classic Naked Dress with Modern Twists & The New Naked Dress. From left: Rihanna, Blake Lively, Beyonce, Jennifer Lopez.

The Classic Naked Dress with Modern Twists & The New Naked Dress. From left: Rihanna, Blake Lively, Beyonce, Jennifer Lopez.

What’s fabulous about this look is it can be a sexy and adventurous avenue to take either in the bedroom or outside of it, if you so dare. It’s not about having that tiny little body to make a “naked” dress work; it’s all about confidence. Some of these styles can be worn with a shaping slip or even a high-waisted shaping panty, if that makes you feel a little bit comfortable.

Achieve the “naked” dress look for yourself from Now That’s Lingerie, as we not only have the perfect slips and chemises for in or out of the bedroom, but the proper shapewear to make you feel like your sexiest self in this gorgeous trend.

We also recommend that since these styles call for no bra, you pick up some nipple covers to wear underneath! We have a couple of different styles to tickle your fancy.

What are your thoughts on the “naked” dress? Share with us in the comments below, or reach out to us on Facebook and Twitter. You can also pin your favourite shapewear and slips from us on our Pinterest or directly from the website, and learn our best tips and tricks on our YouTube channel.

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