Cap-sleeve Mesh Dress
by Susan Yara
When you walk by, you want all the cute boys to think, 'She's pretty ... pretty hot!' That's why we like this sexy little number. It's not just a little black dress ... it's your 'I'm stepping it up to turn heads' dress and we're confident that when you put it on, you'll feel smokin' hot!It's made with a cotton and spandex blend that makes the dress fit every curve of your body. And even though it's short, the turtle neck balances that out ... until you get to the cut-away, sheer pieces that show case the front and back. Wowza. So don't be shy! Put on this dress and throw on your dancing shoes. Momma is goin' out tonight! Where to Buy - KarmaLoop.comPrice - $70.00Who Found It - SusanY was the first to add the 'Cynthia Dress' to the Hive.
by Ida Hsiang
Earlier this week, the much anticipated Angelina Jolie action flick, 'Salt', premiered in L.A. and big names stars showed up in big name ensembles to celebrate. It's July, in L.A. and a red-carpet event that featured some of Hollywood's most beautiful women, so of course mini dresses were the uniform. Angelina showed up in a shiny little black number, her signature color, but paired it with classic nude heels and bared a lot more skin than recently, reminding us why she's still the sexiest woman alive. Naomi Watts looked amazing in a softer look, with a silver mini and soft, side swept bangs and showcasing her toned and tanned gams in a pair of killer heels! New comer, Amber Heard gave the Hollywood veterans a run for the money in a super tight, simple corseted sheath in white. Her longer hem is balanced with the sexy sweetheart neckline, making her look sweet but sophisticated. The real surprise, however, was reality star Kristin Cavallari. Not only because her appearance is slightly random, but because her ensemble was by far the most chic and daring, with embellished shoulders and a plunging (and i mean plunging) cowl neck in front. All these girls looked fantastic, but who do you think got the look just right for the L.A. Premier of 'Salt'? Photo Credits: Prphotos