Paris Hilton Looks We Think Are Complete Classics

When you think of Paris Hilton, she’s always upto something that turns heads. Whether it’s carrying around chihuahuas in custom-made bags or launching new fragrances and catchphrases, the hotel heiress is definitely upto stuff that’s worth making it to the headlines. Her pretty blonde locks, svelte figure and sartorial style were an inspiration for every girl back in the 2000’s.

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We’re loving that classic silhouette on the black gown and moreover those perfectly placed cut outs, that show off the right amount of skin in the right places. One of her most mature looks!
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See-through dresses are the biggest thing on the red carpet right now, as are thigh-high slits. Paris Hilton does a combination of both these risqué trends in one outfit at the 2015 Grammy Awards and we can’t help but admire all that sophistication.
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Adding sexiness to an outfit without showing skin comes easy in the form of sheer panels. The style icon has evolved from all out skin show to subtler versions plunging necklines and mesh detailing.
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There’s something so eye-catching about a well-fitted monotone outfit and statement accessories. This look from Paris is almost worthy of an A-list red carpet event.
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If anyone needs lessons in nailing risqué cut-outs and making them look classy, you know who to call! We simply can’t get over this white outfit and those dramatic eyes. Don’t think she’ll ever regret this on looking back!
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Remember when these prom-style dresses were actually a thing? Well, it’s been a few years but the socialite helps us hit refresh on this trend with this classic look.
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Bandage dresses have more than a 90% chance of looking super trashy, especially on the red carpet. Surprisingly, Paris slays in this plum number, that boasts of a cut out and shimmer borders.
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We’re making space in our wardrobes for white lace separates after laying our eyes on Paris! Elegant yet stylish, this is one of those ensembles that will definitely find it’s place in her sartorial history.

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