Definition of minidress
: a short close-fitting dress
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This led to choosing a light blue color material to reflect sunlight rather than absorb it, and a mesh minidress to hide her shape.
Roquemore also attended the Essence 10th Annual Black Women in Hollywood awards gala in late February, cradling her growing belly in a fitted minidress with long sleeves and a star print.
The video is followed by a live musical interlude by a singer wearing a sequined black minidress and knee-high gladiator sandals.
While Trump chose a below-the-knee skirt, Macron, wife of French President Emmanuel Macron, was more daring in a short-sleeve minidress.
The British model and actress, 24, opted for a strapless black Saint Laurent minidress featuring a keyhole cutout and silver embellishment on the bodice.
Steinfeld, who was nominated for best performance in a movie for her role as Nadine in The Edge of Seventeen, stunned in a lavender Fausto Puglisi minidress.
The Modern Family actress attended an event for the ABC series Wednesday night, embracing the cold-shoulder trend in a gilded, embellished minidress.
While certainly a standout on the red carpet, the dress calls back to one of Lady Gaga’s memorable V.M.A. looks from 2009; a bright-red minidress that also covered her face in lacy fabric.
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