It's stressful enough when a celebrity wears a dress so short, you think it might "malfunction." It's even more stressful when that celeb goes and pulls that skirt up even higher.
Leave it to Courtney Stodden to have us shaking in our boots as she walked a red carpet in Beverly Hills. The 18-year-old, famous for her unconventional marriage to 52-year-old actor Doug Hutchison and for wearing little to no clothing on the reg, was sporting a mullet dress that was business in the back and almost too much party in the front.
And by "too much party," we mean Courtney took a short dress and pulled it up even shorter. Why was this necessary, Courtney? Why? Are you asking for a wardrobe malfunction?
Also, we invite you to please note the shoes. They really make the outfit.
Avert your eyes, folks:
Courtney's dress falls into this esteemed category:
Marc Jacobs sent this model down his runway <a href="http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/02/15/lily-mcmenamy-model-topless_n_2693273.html?utm_hp_ref=style&ir=Style"> sans shirt</a>. She sure can't wear this outfit to church.
Keith Urban's Grammy date seems to have misplaced her slip. Is she trying to give us leg envy?
This Grammys dress is beautiful, but those cutouts are <em>very</em> strategically placed, appearing like arrows directing our attention to some <em>very</em> sensitive places.
Here's some more strategically-placed lace on the BAFTA Awards red carpet. Sheer down to her belly button and a leg-length slit? Ambitious, Amy.
We've rarely seen slits higher than this one. It must make going to the bathroom easy.
Solange's shirt is super cute, but what about her lower half? February in New York is no time to <a href="http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/09/30/lena-dunham-nude-photos-pictures-style_n_1927117.html">pull a Lena Dunham</a>.
This former Rockette put her best leg forward when stepping out to the Grammys. While the blue is nice, we're not too keen on those peek-a-boo panties.
The bottom of this star's BAFTA Awards dress has some nice detailing, but its midsection's totally transparent.
Gemma resembled a human candy cane at the BAFTA Awards. These thick black stripes remind us of sensor bars.
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