It’s been a while since ‘Boy Meets World’’s Maitland Ward was in the news, but this week, she made all the headlines by showing serious skin at the ‘A Haunted House 2’ premiere in LA on Wednesday. Seemingly having taken a cue from other celebs who went commando on the red carpet, Maitland revealed practically all in an Adolfo Sanchez sheer, long-sleeved mini dress. The “asking for a wardrobe malfunction” design showcased Maitland’s underboob, abs, and the four-leaf clover tattoo on her crotch. The only thing keeping the dress from being x-rated was a studded cross panel at the center and the zipper at the back.
Seeing as how other celebrities got talked about when they revealed all on the red carpet, Maitland knew what she was doing when she donned this dangerous dress:
One other person who clearly knew what he was doing was the photographer who took Maitland’s red carpet pictures. Check out these perfectly framed shots of the ‘A Haunted House 2’ movie poster seemingly reacting to Maitland’s revealing outfit:
Interesting angles of Maitland Ward and the ‘A Haunted House 2’ movie poster
Maitland’s past public appearances show that she has a taste for short, tight, and overly sexy dresses. It’s like she tried out different versions of the same plunging sweetheart-neckline dress until she finally hit the attention jackpot in the sheer dress. Notice the same pair of black patent peep-toe pumps that she was wearing with all these dresses.
Maitland Ward at the BOBS from Skechers summer soiree event in West Hollywood, California, on August 22, 2013; at the Los Angeles Opening Night of The Wizard of Oz in Hollywood, California, on September 18, 2013; at NOH8 Campaign’s 5th Annual Anniversary Celebration at Avalon in Hollywood, California, on December 15, 2013
Maitland Ward at the premiere of Ganzfeld Haunting at Laemmle’s Music Hall Theatre in Los Angeles, California, on February 6, 2014; at the Viva Glam Magazine, Society Unici, and Peace 4 Animals pre-Oscar party at Unici Casa Gallery in Los Angeles, California, on March 1, 2014; at the Authors Anonymous premiere at the Crest Theatre in Westwood, California, on April 10, 2014
Lately, it’s like the point of the sheer dress trend is only to get the wearer noticed. But actually, it makes us take notice of the designer, too. Check out Adolfo Sanchez’s other dresses here. After Maitland’s dress, seeing that his other styles are tasteful and wearable is what’s shocking.
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