What Was She Thinking? Sharon Stone's Dress

09/29/2006 at 04:55 PM ET

This isn’t Sharon Stone’s first time making a questionable fashion decision — or even the second– but last night, as the host of the Macy’s Passport Gala, she raised eyebrows with her risque rump-revealing frock. While the front of her black satin dress looked elegant and a touch conservative, the back was quite another story! There were two sheer panels that revealed not only all of her thighs but a quite a bit of her booty as well. We don’t know if this was intended to shock or if Sharon just didn’t realize how high or how sheer the panels were. Tell us: What do you think of Sharon’s dress? Would you wear it?

Photo: Gilbert Flores/Celebrity Photo; Carlos Diaz/INF

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Sunny Face on

She was thinking she could end up in all the tabloids if she wore that dress. It’s all about publicity.

She is still one hot old broad!

Sue on

NO!!!!!! I would not wear this!!!!! I like some revealing outfits,but this is alittle too much.

Natalie on

Although I admire Sharon Stone, and I have always liked her. She’s a strong woman and she’s beautiful. But this is awful. Wouldn’t you think that you would want to be noticed for your good fashion? This so called “masterpiece” Sharon is wearing is VERY tacky. I remember when Jennifer Lopez wore that green Versace dress (I think it was Versace?). She made an impact in fashion, but it wasn’t tacky looking, she made a statement that was very sexy and classy. Sharon isn’t making a fashion statement with this dress. While Jennifer got put in the paper for good reasons, Sharon is put in the paper for the bad reasons….I guess she likes to be laughed at and not taken seriously. Whomever designed this dress, shouldn’t be a fashion designer if they believe this is a “masterpeice.” Sharon should have known better. If she wore this dress just so she can be in the papers, because no one bothers to notice her, well, shame on her. Like I said, you should want to be known for your great fashion, not for your horrendous fashion. There are many stars who dress beautifully and they get talked about all the time, because they make great fashion moves (most of the time). Does she want so much scrutiny? Obviously, because she isn’t doing anything with her acting, unless you call “Catwoman” great acting. PLUS Sharon has a great body, but no one wants to see her butt.

SW on

Oh my goodness. Even if I looked as fabulous as Sharon Stone does, I would still think twice about wearing this nightmare of a dress.

Jo Hampton on

Sharon Stone does have a great body but I’d always try an outfit on and look front,side and back to see if it’s great! She does need mental help.

Lisa on

The posters who have said ‘If you have a great body, why not show it’ miss the point. It’s not necessary to wear trashy clothing to show one’s assets. Ms. Stone has the resources to select a beautifully tailored dress in an elegant fabric. She doesn’t need to reveal her lady parts have sex appeal.

Alicia on

Someone should tell her that her heyday is over (not to mention showing your “bum” etc. in public is really not cool, sophisticated, or classy). True to form-tacky as usual.

Marilyn Perkins on

Sharon loves to shock her audiences. Was this her “Tennessee Buttseedo” frock?

naiara on

IT’S H-O-R-R-I-B-L-E

Becky on

It is pretty obvious she is desperate for attention.

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