Barely There Nude Dresses a la Jennifer Hudson in Maria Lucia Hohan

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Jennifer Hudson is in a class of her own as she deviates from the usual bright and black dresses at the Clive Davis and the Recording Academy’s 2013 Pre-Grammy Gala and Salute to Industry Icons event at the Beverly Hilton Hotel last February 9.

The songstress instead opted for a nude number by Maria Lucia Hohan – a young designer known for her evening wear/lingerie -nspired dresses. Look at how beautifully detailed this dress is – from the sheer flowy skirt to the draped corset- it’s more than your usual nude!

Jennifer Hudson  at Clive Davis & The Recording Academy's 2013 Pre-Grammy Gala And Salute To Industry Icons Los Angeles 09 Feb 2013 Jennifer Hudson at Clive Davis & The Recording Academy’s 2013 Pre-Grammy Gala And Salute To Industry Icons Los Angeles 09 Feb 2013

Here’s the longer version of Jen’s dress… I wonder if she had hers shortened exclusively? Oh the perks of being a celebrity!

Maria Lucia Hohan Dots Tulle Long Dress1-horzDots Tulle Long Dress by Maria Lucia Hohan, $1,125

Anyway,  I think this dress also makes for a nice bridal gown.. what do you guys think? Anyway, here are more short nude dresses from Shopbop. We’ve included some glittery numbers as well for you shimmer-lovin’ readers out there:

Long Sleeve Goddess by Alice OliviaLong Sleeve Goddess by Alice + Olivia, $330

Art Deco by ParkerArt Deco by Parker, $277.20

Wide Neck by Alice OliviaWide Neck by Alice + Olivia, $247.50

Lilli by BCBGMaxAzriaLilli by BCBGMaxAzria, $398

We love this nude pink chiffon dress by Blaque Label… every bit sexy and sweet! Would you wear this to a first date?

Sweetheart by Blaque LabelSweetheart by Blaque Label, $136

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