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The theme of this year’s BravoCon? Drama is (always) in, pants are out.
The stars of the network’s most popular shows showed up in force this weekend to emphatically show their support for the bottomless trend, which, as we all know, has been sweeping the nation.
The ladies wore sparkly tops, they wore hair clips, they wore jackets, but their lower bodies remained blissfully clothing-free.
Summer House star Paige DeSorbo declared herself to be the queen of the pants-less with not one or two, but three bottom-free looks at the event. She walked the red carpet in two of the most iconic sans-pants ’fits of the past year: the Miu Miu sparkly briefs worn by Kendall Jenner on the cover of Harper’s Bazaar and the itty-bitty Valentino mini skirt (which, really, can’t be considered a real skirt) worn by both Olivia Rodrigo and Reese Witherspoon on the covers of Vogue and Harper’s Bazaar, respectively.
Lest we doubt her commitment to the pants-free lifestyle, DeSorbo followed up her panel appearances with a different BravoCon event and another look—this one with just a suit jacket and nothing else.
DeSorbo wasn’t the only Bravo starlet who forgot their pants at home. Below Deck and newly minted Winter House star Malia White showed up pants-less on the carpet twice, wearing two vaguely nautical inspired get-ups, one in the form of what appeared to be a one-piece bathing suit and another that included a fancy sarong.
Some women kept it a little more buttoned-up, if you will. Like Real Housewives of OC star Tamra Judge, whose entire outfit consisted of a sole, respectful suit jacket.
While Million Dollar Listing, Los Angeles’s Tracy Tutor did technically (maybe?) wear a skirt, she wore it over her shirt, which stretched down beneath it. I think this counts?
And Real Housewives of New York newcomer Erin Lichy put her mark on the event by showing up in a pair of leather briefs, which she wore over black tights.
So, whether you love it or (like some fans on Twitter and Reddit this weekend) really, really hate it, it seems the pants-less trend is here to stay. At least, on our television screens.
Originally Appeared on Glamour