Halle Berry's glamorous spin on the 'naked' dress trend has people calling her the best-dressed celebrity at the Golden Globes

Steve Granitz/Getty ImagesHalle Berry proved that the ‘naked’ dress trend is here to stay.

The “naked dress” trend has been a red-carpet staple for several years now, but its popularity seemed to be at an all-time high in 2018. Stars like Kendall Jenner and Bella Hadid proved that sheer styles were one of the biggest looks of the year, and now Halle Berry is bringing the trend into 2019.

The actress attended the 2019 Golden Globe Awards Sunday night in a Zuhair Murad gown that put a glamorous, red carpet-ready twist on the trend.

Halle Berry golden globes red dressPatrick McMullan/Getty ImagesBerry wore a design by Zuhair Murad.

Sheer panels are one of the biggest design elements when it comes to “naked” dresses, and Berry’s deep red gown featured several throughout the fabric. The dress also had a thigh-high slit at the left leg and a plunging neckline to add to the elegant look.

Halle berry golden globes sheer dressSteve Granitz/Getty ImagesSome people thought she had one of the best looks of the night.

Some viewers instantly took to Twitter to declare Berry the best-dressed star of the night.

Berry wasn’t the only star to pull off a glamorous take on the ‘naked’ dress

“Riverdale” star Lili Reinhart wore a flowing gown by Khyeli Couture with a sheer tulle skirt.

Lili reinhart red dressGeorge Pimentel/Getty ImagesLili Reinhart’s dress featured a sheer tulle skirt.


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Irina Shayk donned a golden see-through gown as she walked the carpet alongside Bradley Cooper wearing a white tuxedo.

Irina and Bradley golden globesSteve Granitz/Getty ImagesIrina Shayk and Bradley Cooper were one of the best-dressed couples of the night.

Emma Stone took a slightly more traditional and less sheer approach in a beige dress by Louis Vuitton.

Emma stone golden globes dressAxelle/Bauer-Griffin/Getty ImagesEmma Stone took a more traditional approach.

It seems as though sheer illusions and see-through panels will remain a red-carpet staple in 2019.

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