Wow! Jaimie Alexander! You play Sif, the strongest of female warriors in the new epic film ‘Thor: The Dark World’, and you took your strength and courage right to the premiere’s red carpet.
Jaimie Alexander — in the new blockbuster film Thor: The Dark World, you play Sif, a brave, bold and beautiful warrior, and you certainly won the battle for attention at the film’s LA premiere!
Jaimie Alexander’s Red Carpet Dress — ‘Thor’ Gown Shows Empowered Sexuality
Eyes popped and jaws dropped when you took to the red carpet in the most revealing gown EVER seen at a major movie premiere.
Designer Azzaro must have created the stunning black and sheer panel gown using your exact body measurements. An undulating sheer panel ran down the front of your dress, revealing your perfect cleavage, your naval, your toned, flat abs and one long, gorgeous right leg.
And when you turned to the back, the gown exposed even more with another undulating sheer panel, showing off your muscled back, your long left leg and most daringly, virtually your entire left butt cheek!
Jaimie — your dress was absolutely stunning and despite your half nudity, you carried the look off with class and style.
Long black sleeves, a classic Audrey Hepburn-esque heightened French chignon, subtle makeup with a smokey eye, plus long diamond drop earrings completed the look.
Jaimie Alexander — Your Revealing Gown Conveyed Female Strength & Power
Jaimie, of course you were sexy, but above all, you looked sophisticated and otherworldly. There was nothing crass or tacky about this look. Instead, the impression you conveyed was one of pure, empowered, female self confidence.
You were as strong and courageous as your character Sif, who fought by Thor’s side in the film. Your look was reminiscent of Gwyneth Paltrow‘s when she also sported a body-hugging gown with sheer side panels at the “Iron Man 3” premiere in LA on April 24, 2013.
Bare breasts with pasties are shown off for shock value. But Jaimie, what you did was even more shocking — you showed that you were proud of your womanhood.
Do you agree, HollywoodLifers? Did Jaimie Alexander’s gown demonstrate empowered sexuality? Let me know.
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— Bonnie Fuller