For the second time in recent weeks, Kristen Stewart has attended an awards ceremony in a see-through dress.
On March 4, the Spencer star attended the 37th annual Santa Barbara International Film Festival, where she was awarded the American Riviera Award for her achievements and contributions to the film industry. Stewart accepted the honor in a sheer Chanel dress with strategically placed sequins and tulle.
Toward the end of the month, Stewart’s stylist Tara Swennon dressed the star in yet another see-through gown, this time with a much softer aesthetic. On March 19, Stewart attended the 33rd annual Producers Guild Award, where she presented the Darryl F. Zanuck Award for outstanding producer of theatrical motion pictures to the team behind CODA.
Stewart walked the event’s red carpet in a sheer white Brandon Maxwell gown that contrasts its delicate, ribboned bustier top with a thick, textured floor-length skirt. Stewart paired the bridal-esque gown with Cast fine jewelry as well as vintage finds. As usual, the Spencer star gave the look a bit of an edge by styling her hair in an effortlessly undone updo. If this is any indication of how she’ll dress for her upcoming wedding to fiancée Dylan Meyer, we’re here for it.
Kristen Stewart’s not the only one embracing see-through lingerie as formal wear. On March 18, Dakota Johnson attended the SXSW premiere of her new film Cha Cha Real Smooth wearing a sheer nude Gucci corset, which she paired with a ’70s-inspired linen pantsuit. Like Stewart, Johnson wore her hair pulled back. For her makeup, she kept things in the brown family with a smoky eye, bronze contour, and mauve lip.
But A-listers aren’t wearing these see-through boudoir staples just on the red carpet. On March 1, Rihanna attended the Dior fall 2022 show at Paris Fashion Week in a black mesh teddy with a matching lace balconette bra and thong. She styled the look with knee-high leather boots, an oversized leather trench, chunky silver jewelry, and a bold purple lip.
You know what they say: Three is a trend! And this is definitely one we can get behind.