Would You Wear a Sheer Dress While Pregnant?

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A very pregnant Charlotte Gainsbourg went sheer at Cannes. Credit: Pascal Le Segretain, Getty Images

True, maternity wear has come a long way since the days of tent dresses and muumuus. And, yes, we're all for fitted tops and dresses that show off -- and celebrate -- your ever-growing baby bump.

But wearing a sheer dress that not only basically bares your belly, but also your black lacy bra? Well, call us prudes, but we're crying tacky.

Actress Charlotte Gainsbourg wore a see-through wrap dress at the Cannes Film Festival May 18. The French actress, 39, who is eight months pregnant, was attending the premiere of her new movie, "Melancholia," co-starring Kirsten Dunst.

We think an under-pinning would have brought the look from cheap to chic. What do you think? Would you dare to bare that much bod while pregnant? Leave a comment below!


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