Thursday, May 21, 2015

Rumer Willis’ Plunging Black Dress On ‘Dancing With The Stars’ Finale

All eyes were on Rumer Willis during the ‘Dancing With The Stars’ season finale May 19, as much for her stunning sheer costume as for her dancing skills. The actress showed off a dark and dramatic look fit for a champion.

In the highly anticipated season finale of DWTS, Rumer Willis, 26, stole the show (and the coveted mirrorball trophy) on May 19. For her final performance with partner Val Chmerkovskiy, Rumer stepped out in a black dress with a plunging neckline and sheer bodice and sleeves that were accented with lots of sparkles. Get the details on Rumer’s Dancing With The Stars finale dress.

Rumer Willis’ ‘Dancing With The Stars’ Finale Dress

Rumer’s fitted dress with its flowing, high-slit was the perfect choice for her final pasodoble, foxtrot fusion dance. The plunging neckline and beaded detailing on the sheer panels showed off Rumer’s toned body, while the skirt moved gracefully as she danced.

While it may be best worn on the dance floor, you can channel a similar look with Boohoo Maddie Lace Maxi Dress, $44. Or River Island Black Sheer Panel Peplum Dress, $60, for a shorter option.

To finish the look, Rumer wore her long, dark locks in a curly ponytail with a burgundy floral hairpiece that matched her dark lipstick. The rich, wine lip was the perfect complement to her dramatic dress.
Rumer’s Dramatic ‘DWTS’ Costume

After the celebrations, Rumer shared her thanks to partner Val on Instagram, saying: “@iamvalc words cannot describe the the gratitude, love and appreciation I have for you and this incredible journey we have been on the past 3 months. Thank you for your courage, support, friendship, loyalty, humor, drive, passion, your unconditionally support and belief in me not only as a person but as a dancer. You are truly one of a kind and I am honored to call you my friend and partner. This has been the most incredible experience of my entire life and I wouldn’t want to share it with any one else but you. I am so proud of us. #teamValenrue.”

What did you think of Rumer’s finale dress? Were you happy to see her crowned the Season 20 winner?

See controversial prom dresses from all over the country

This season, the prom police have been denying entrance to dresses at dances across the country and imposing increasingly strict dress codes.

Our recent story about a Seminole, AL teen kicked out of a Pensacola prom for her leg-revealing designer dress is just a drop in the bucket of frocks deemed too provocative for prom.

Legs, cleavage and side and back skin, are the main enemies of the state of proper prom fashion.

And so are potentially incendiary signs of the south.

Dyer, Tenn. high school student Texanna Edwards wore a red, white and blue dress with a rebel flag print to the Gibson County High School prom and was promptly refused entrance.

According to a story in The Tennessean, a teacher warned Edwards two months before the prom to reconsider her choice of dress.

Eddie Pruett, the director of schools for the Gibson County area also said there have been race-related issues at Gibson County High and principal James believed the dress had the potential to exacerbate those issues.

"I feel like Hughes followed legal precedents set by other court cases. Students have legal rights, and we don't infringe upon those," Pruett said. "But we have to follow legal precedents, and if there is a reason to believe something could happen, we don't wait until after the fact to do something."

Back to dresses that supposedly show too much skin or draw too much attention to certain sexualized body parts.

One teen who was asked to leave a homeschool prom in Virginia because simple sparkly silver dress was too short was told by a chaperone that the sight of her dancing in that frock was bound to give the boys "impure thoughts."
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See-Through Wedding Dress Trend Leaves Little to the Imagination

Celebrities are causing sheer madness on the red carpet, and now some blushing brides are taking the trend down the aisle.

Terry Hall, fashion director at Kleinfeld in New York City, told INSIDE EDITION, “It's for the girl that's very confident. She's worked really hard to get her body in shape. She wants to show it and she's proud of it.”

Read: Bride Who Nearly Died Trashing Her Dress: 'I Don't Regret It'

"One dress doesn't leave a lot to the imagination. She really is covered in a nude mesh lining, even though it looks a bit risqué, there is nothing that's really exposed,” said Hall.

If that's way too revealing, there are dresses that tones things down, just a little.

Another dress is a see-through gown with a corset bodice.

Hall said, "Even though it's one piece, it gives you the look of two dresses. It's almost as if she's wearing an overlay over a mini dress underneath."

Read: Identical Triplets Get Married Together in Joint Wedding

So, what do real brides think? “I just feel like that's what you would see at a strip club, not at a wedding,” said one bride.

“I like that it's completely effortless. It feels like you're wearing absolutely nothing,” said another.  

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