The Most Scandalous Dresses in History

Photo by: Jeff Vespa
Jennifer Lopez
Two words: double-sided tape. With a neckline that plunged below the navel, a slit that climbed to the crotch, and an open back to match, Jennifer Lopez's palm-print... more 
Photo by: Jeff Vespa
Jennifer Lopez
Two words: double-sided tape. With a neckline that plunged below the navel, a slit that climbed to the crotch, and an open back to match, Jennifer Lopez's palm-print Versace gown introduced the stylists' staple to women everywhere. While the dress had already been worn by Amber Valletta on the runway and was photographed on Donatella Versace at the Met Ball, it took J. Lo to make it scandalous - proving once again that it's the gown and the girl that matter.

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The 50 Most Scandalous Dresses in History

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Mon, 10 Sep, 2012 5:04 PM EDT
The right dress can make a career. The wrong one can make headlines. But a scandalous dress can do both. The Cut team proves that there's often more to scandal than sex - and that there's more than one way to leave a lasting impression.



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