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Ariel Winter attended the "Modern Family" series finale wrap party at the Sunset Room Hollywood in Los Angeles, California, on Sunday.
The actress wore a sheer black dress from Missy Empire, which she paired with velvet sandals.
Winter's "Modern Family" costar, Sarah Hyland, shared an Instagram picture of the two in similar all-black looks.
The sheer-dress trend doesn't appear to be going anywhere.
Ariel Winter proved that when she attended the "Modern Family" series finale wrap party at the Sunset Room Hollywood in Los Angeles, California, on Sunday, wearing a black dress that was entirely see-through.
Winter's "Modern Family" costar, Sarah Hyland, shared a series of pictures on Instagram in which the two are wearing similar all-black outfits. While Hyland's black House of CB dress is described online as "semi-transparent," Winter's look is completely sheer.
Some Instagram users criticized Winter's daring look, taking to the comments of Hyland's post to share their thoughts. However, Hyland was quick to come to her friend's defense.
"What's up with ariel winters outfit tho," one user commented, to which Hyland responded: "@deadvenomgaming you that she's 🔥?? I KNOW."
Another user wrote: "Need Ariels Dress," which also garnered a response from the 29-year-old star. "Same," Hyland commented back.
This isn't the first time Winter has worn a daring look. At a 2017 screening and panel for "Modern Family," she wore a gold minidress with a high neckline that was designed with a mesh cutout, cold-shoulder sleeves, and two extra mesh inserts over both thighs.
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After being criticized for the gold outfit, Winter issued a statement on Instagram defending her look.
"Why TF does anyone care that I didn't dress casual like everyone else for the panel? Why do I have to be like everyone else? Why can't people just let other people feel good about themselves and do what they want?" she wrote. "WEAR WHATEVER YOU WANT PEOPLE! As long as you feel good about yourself that's what matters. I know I did. Don't ever let anyone stifle who you are and how you express yourself. Rant over :)"
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