Brooklyn Decker gives you something to think about the next time you put on a too skimpy outfit
When the model with the body of death shows some modesty, should not the scantily clad bimbettes take note?
Guess what folks? Brooklyn Decker does NOT bare all at the Guys Choice Awards.
This post is for the babes out there who have a penchant for strutting around with their girls spilling out while wearing skirts so short that they need a bikini wax rather than a leg wax.
Not to forget that their bodycon dresses are two sizes too small and they are wearing skyscraper heels that can’t even walk in, let alone balance.
Sorry sweets, you look cheap!
Maybe even like a reject fresh off a screechy reality show casting call… it’s not chic, it’s not classy.
Style is not about displaying too much information.
Case in point: Brooklyn Decker is arguably one of the HOTTEST bodies out there, besides being drop dead gorgeous.
At the Spike TV Guys Choice Awards, did Ms. Brooklyn walk the red carpet wearing a crazy revealing dress just because of the occasion and who she is?
Not in the least!
Instead of baring all in something uber skimpy, Brooklyn Decker wore what was pretty modest in a sexy, leave it to the imagination kind of way. Plus, the slinky silky fabric and wrap front didn’t hurt by creating a "will it slide off or will it not" effect. Oh, so much sexier than being half naked at a party!
I’m getting pretty tired of seeing woman look like hookers in an effort to what they think will make them appear sexy. Sometimes, less is more when it comes to revealing too much skin all at one time.
If you don’t believe, just listen to the guys still carrying on about how hot Brooklyn looked that night. Think about it.
More on the theme of Brooklyn Decker’s silk satin kimono style wrap gown with flutter sleeves:
Photographer: David Gabber / PR Photos
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