Sassy or Trashy: Lace, Leather and More | NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth
Friday, Nov 27, 2009
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By Jerome McClendon

Sassy or Trashy: Lace

Check out these lacy ladies, some sassy, some trashy. You decide which is which.View gallery

  • 112709 Lace Taylor Momsen
  • 112709 Lace Nicole Kidman
  • 112709 Lace Dakota Fanning
Saturday, Oct 31, 2009
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By Nikki Wagner

Sassy or Trashy: Halloween Costumes

Halloween is a time for people to wear costumes that show a little more skin than...View gallery

  • Kim Kardashian
  • Pink Clown
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Friday, Nov 27, 2009
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By Kate Lord

Sassy or Trashy: Leather

Is anything sexier than leather? The answer in a lot of cases is, "yes."View gallery

  • 112709 Leather Alicia Keys
  • 112709 Leather Drew Barrymore
  • 112709 Leather Kristen Stewart
Tuesday, Oct 20, 2009
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By Kate Lord

Sassy or Trashy: Bikinis

Too tight or just right? See which celebs rock their bikinis...View gallery

  • Noelle
  • 091709 Amber Rose
  • Holly Madison Sassy or Trashy Bikinis
Tuesday, Nov 17, 2009
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By Julie Fiedler

Sassy or Trashy: Necklines

When it comes to plunging necklines, how far is too far? Some stars keep it chic...View gallery

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  • 111609 Necklines Eva Mendes
  • 111609 Necklines Blake Lively
Tuesday, Oct 27, 2009
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By Julie Fiedler

Sassy or Trashy: Midriffs

Lots of celebrities have amazing abs, so it's no wonder they want to show them...View gallery

  • Gwen Stefani
  • Midriffs Shakira
  • Midriff Fergie
Tuesday, Dec 8, 2009
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By Fritzie Andrade

Sassy or Trashy: Minidresses

Hollywood sure loves a minidress, but the minidress doesn't love everyone.View gallery

  • 120809 SoT Sarah Jessica Parker
  • 110709 SoT Minidresses Blake Lively
  • 110709 SoT Minidresses Mariah Carey
Saturday, Nov 21, 2009
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By Julie Fiedler

Sassy or Trashy: Backless Dresses

How low can you go? Apparently, some stars choose to go a little lower than...View gallery

  • 110709 SoT Backless Audrina Patridge lead
  • 110709 SoT Backless Audrina Patridge
  • Back Electra
Tuesday, Oct 20, 2009
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By Jerome McClendon

Sassy or Trashy: Miniskirts

When it comes to sexy miniskirts, how short is too short? Tons of stars are...View gallery

  • Katy Perry
  • Beyonce Knowles
  • Fergie
Thursday, Oct 22, 2009
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By Julie Fiedler

Sassy or Trashy: Short Shorts

They don't call them short-shorts for nothing! But how short is too short? Check...View gallery

  • Shorts Hogan
  • Shorts Simpson
  • Shorts Carey
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