Mandy Moore come-back with the sheer trend

We’ve always had a soft spot for Mandy Moore, Tania even more-so. Sadly it has to be conceded that her sense of style went through a rough patch whether it was for the wrong fashion picks, or simply gaining weight. In fact, she’s only appeared on our radar once, that time it was for a very sexy vamp look.

But with a new hair style, and a sexy-as-hell use of the sheer clothing trend this may just be a Mandy Moore come-back.

Mandy Moore see through top

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Mandy Moore Vanity Fair Portraits party
Mandy Moore Vanity Fair Portraits party
Mandy Moore Vanity Fair Portraits party
Mandy Moore Vanity Fair Portraits party
Mandy Moore Vanity Fair Portraits party
Mandy Moore Vanity Fair Portraits party
Mandy Moore Vanity Fair Portraits party
Mandy Moore Vanity Fair Portraits party
Mandy Moore Vanity Fair Portraits party

Attending the private preview party for “Vanity Fair Portraits: Photographs 1913-2008″, Moore wore a hot little black dress from Preen’s Spring/Summer 2008 collection which pairs the cut-away trend with lace, to provide an overall sheer and sexual look. I give the look a big thumbs up, even if it’s blatant use of flesh does clash somewhat with a girlish hair style, and a cute-as-a-button smile.

You can see more pictures of Mandy Moore at the Vanity Fair party by clicking the thumbnails below.

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