No Undies, No Problem: Blake Lively Rocks This See-Through Gown

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Blake Lively has notoriously turned our heads for (mostly) on-trend style and figure-flaunting garb, however this time, the Gossip-Girl starlet likely caused some major whiplash at the red-carpet affair for the teen soap's 100th episode celebration. The elegantly fringed, delicately cut-out Marchesa gown floated down the aisle and allowed her to pose while effortlessly stretching the limit of appropriate skin-coverage — without getting too hot to handle (not that we mind). We usually expect risk-taking from Blake on the fashion frontier, and she doesn't disappoint in this '20s-inspired, foliage-adorned number that only Serena Blake could pull off. We're more than happy to do some serious crunches (post-holiday feast, obvs) to look this good in our own version of this barely-there yet totally statement piece, but we'll need to get used to the commando-factor that this type of garment demands. What do you think — is this number Marchesa magic or a little TMI? (Scallywag and Vagabond)
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