A bold fashion trend called the "G-string dress" is becoming popular again. It's a style for people who are confident and not afraid to show off their underwear. So, if you're someone who likes daring fashion and doesn't mind being bold, this trend might be for you!
Racy G-string Dress Trend Makes Comeback – But You'll Have To Be Brave To Try It
It's time to educate yourself if you haven't heard of the G-string dress.
Around 25 years ago, Christina Aguilera was one of the superstars who helped "whale tails" gain popularity.
But after decades gone, the cheeky look is making a comeback, whether it's on the red carpet or the catwalk.
You must embrace a purposeful wardrobe malfunction by exposing your thong over your clothing in order to pull off the look.
So it's definitely not for the weak of the heart!
Among the well-known figures who have updated their exposed thongs are Rita Ora and Hailey Bieber.
Nadia Bartel, an Australian model, was one of the women who, in 2022, stopped people in their tracks with a Rebecca Vallance creation.
The mother wore a "Joan knit dress" by the Australian designer, which costs hundreds, to introduce the company's newest line.
Many eyes were drawn to her as she flashed her figure in the cut-out dress with the "G-string" adornment.
An American social media star showed up at the Golden Globes wearing a see-through dress that showed off her slinky underwear, bringing the provocative style to the red carpet.
People were quick to comment on Liza Koshy's unique Victorian lace and antique beaded gown, which was created by Morphew Atelier.
One person commented on Twitter: "I like the outfit but the thong [G-string] kinda ruins it for me."
And another added: "The exposed underwear isn’t a good trend."
At the Met Gala, Hailey Bieber joined the trend by wearing an open-back pink dress with a glittery thong.
Rita Ora went even further by donning a dress that was totally transparent.
The singer looked sexy in the thin dress that exposed her underwear when she visited The Fashion Awards at the Royal Albert Hall last year.
While the craze is divisive, some are glad it's made a comeback. On Twitter, one fashionista gushed: "This is the new version of the whale tail trend and I'm so obsessed. YES, peeking thongs rise."
And another said: "I think I'm going to be buying some thongs today. Bimbo culture + whale tail era is coming, have your wallets ready addicts."
More celebrities who joined this trend.