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We’d love to get a look at the dress code at last night’s Elle Women in Music concert. Because pretty much everyone seemed to have gotten the same memo: Bare skin creatively in a monochromatic ensemble. Some stars dared to bare in a sassy way (see: Sophia Bush) while others went for a more full-exposure vibe (hi, Rumer Willis) — and one star (Stacy Keibler) walked that line while baring her baby bump for the first time.
First up: Rumer Willis’s TMI moment. We are well aware that it’s very “in” right now to find new and unusual ways to flash skin, but a few twirls in front of the mirror would have given the actress a pretty good idea of just how much underwear was about to be revealed to the world. If you’re wearing a skirt with cutouts that can’t budge an inch either way for fear of going full butt cheek or maximum thong exposure, it’s probably not the skirt for you. But we’ll give her props for wearing it so enthusiastically (and for the funky Sigerson Morrison shoes).
Next is Sophia Bush, who did the abs-and-legs thing with a little less gusto than Willis — but was cheeky and daring nonetheless in her high-slit Camilla and Marc leather two-piece (plus cool AS29 earrings and Stuart Weitzman sandals). She embraced the “edgy” vibe of the music event without walking the edge of possible panty flash (though we’re guessing that outfit still required a lot of careful sitting).
And finally, Stacy Keibler, who chose to celebrate her baby bump in a sexy BCBG Max Azria dress with deep cutouts in the front and a fully open back. And judging by her sultry posing and giant smile, she’s feeling sexier than ever with a new addition on the way.
Whose look speaks to you (either good or bad) most? Tell us in the comments.