Throwback Thursday: The Best Style 360 of 2013 Is ... (Drumroll)

01/02/2014 at 06:00 AM ET

Gwyneth Paltrow Sheer DressFrank Micelotta/Invision/AP

It’s the first Throwback Thursday of 2014. So we decided to bring back one of the most dramatic dress 360’s of 2013. The winner? Gwyneth Paltrow in this famous Antonio Berardi gown that almost showed off her lady bits.

Also the reigning Most Beautiful Woman titleholder, Gwynnie showed off her amazing body (and made many question whether or not she was wearing underwear) in the sheer-paneled design at the Iron Man 3 premiere back in April. And while most readers were torn between which angle they liked best of the memorable design, we’re totally mesmerized by the side view.

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Why’d she pick it? “You have to ask my stylist,” the star revealed at the premiere. “I think because it’s sexy. You’ve got all the sheer bits but it’s sort of ‘superheroes’ on top.”

But later she told Ellen DeGeneres that the gown was “kind of a disaster.”

“I was doing a show and I changed there and I went I couldn’t wear underwear,” she shared. “Well, let’s just say everyone went scrambling for a razor … so I went from being the most beautiful to the most humiliated. In one day. I work a 70s vibe. You know what I mean?”

Do you think Paltrow’s dress should live on in style 360 history or do you have another favorite? Share your thoughts below!

–Brittany Talarico

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