Tuesday, November 5, 2013

Is Commando Appropriate for Red Carpet:

Red Carpet

Editor-in-Chief: Sonya LaRae

Senior Editor: Leah Leslie

Article by: Sonya LaRae-Certified Image Consultant/Lifestyle Coach

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Hello Fabulous LaPazions, I guess I may be just a little old fashion when it comes to under-garments and the red carpet. I mean we’ve seen some major celebs who have given a peep show when they got out of the car for the red carpet due to the lack of underwear some examples that come to mind Paris Hilton, Britney Spears, Rihanna, Anna Hathaway, Eva Longoria:Anne Hathawayeva-longoria Well last night at the Thor move preview Actress Jaimie Alexander hit the red carpet in a barely there black sheer gown that left nothing to the imagination and it made me think is this just too much?Jaimie AlexanderI have to say this gown did nothing for her figure and it made her look a little out of shape needing to really concentrate on doing a few deep knee crunches to lift her but and give it shape. I’m starting to look at these celebs that are desperate for attention in anyway they can get it; be it positive or negative.

We look forward to hearing your thoughts and ideas regarding this. Do you feel that celebrities are taking this trend a little to far?

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