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10 Celeb Moms Who Dared to Bare in Backless Dresses (Photos)

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Jennifer Lopez shows some skin.

Being a mom, most days I leave the house in typical “mom” attire, which is usually something like a pair of jeans and a t-shirt. When my husband and I do sneak out for a date night, however, I like to throw on one of the dresses in my closet that usually do nothing but collect dust. I don’t mind showing a little skin, but I’m not quite brave enough to go for the full-on backless look just yet. I think I need a little bit more time on my Pilates reformer before I venture down that road!

Celebrity moms, on the other hand, aren’t afraid to go all out and take risks when it comes to fashion. Plenty of them have dared to bare a little skin in dresses that are pretty much backless.

Doesn’t Jennifer Lopez look amazing in this animal-print frock? It hugs her curves perfectly and shows off just how toned her back is.

Here are photos of 9 more celebrity moms who rocked the backless look!

Photos: PRPhotos and PCN

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  • Milla Jovovich 1 of 9
    Milla Jovovich
    Milla's gold gown looks great with her skin tone.
  • Taylor Armstrong 2 of 9
    Taylor Armstrong
    Taylor's gown is as backless as it gets!
  • Ashlee Simpson 3 of 9
    Ashlee Simpson
    Ashlee showed some skin in black.
  • Amy Adams 4 of 9
    Amy Adams
    Amy's back is incredibly toned.
  • Jane Seymour 5 of 9
    Jane Seymour
    Jane Seymour proves that age is only a number!
  • Kelly Ripa 6 of 9
    Kelly Ripa
    This little backless number shows off Kelly's tiny frame.
  • Gisele Bundchen 7 of 9
    Gisele Bundchen
    Gisele is every bit the supermodel.
  • Kate Hudson 8 of 9
    Kate Hudson
    Kate is one mom who isn't afraid to flaunt what she's got!
  • Gwyneth Paltrow 9 of 9
    Gwyneth Paltrow
    Gwyneth showed just how svelte she is by baring her back.

 

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