Nadia Bartel flaunts undies in $399 see-through Henne dress

Nadia Bartel has turned heads in a jaw-droppingly revealing dress that fans have labelled “insane”.

The former WAG turned fashion entrepreneur wore a figure-hugging mesh gown adorned with rhinestones to the Brain Ball in Melbourne on Friday to raise funds and awareness for the Brain Cancer Centre.

Nadia posed for a series of snaps in the sheer $399 “Carmine Dress”, a garment from her own fashion label Henne, alongside her famous friends including Rebecca Judd, celebrity stylist Lana Wilkinson and fashion designer Effie Kats.

Fans of the social media star were quick to praise Nadia’s outfit choice, declaring the see-through gown “absolutely stunning”.

“You and this dress,” one commented alongside a love heart emoji.

“This dress is stunning!” another agreed.

As one simply declared: “Unbelievable.”

“Um wow,” someone else mused, while one said: “You look so chic.”

The Henne website describes the strapless dress as being made from “sheer mesh” with a soft lining “for coverage”.

“This elevated occasion-wear style is decisively detailed and designed to be a stand-out piece,” it states.

In photos of models wearing the gown, their breasts are clearly visible along with their “invisible” undies.

Nadia wasn’t the only one wearing a showstopping outfit, with Bec opting for a striking tiered skirt and matching crop top.

The mum-of-four wore the two-piece Alila set designed by Rostom by Fifi to the charity fundraiser, held at Sophia at The Prahran Arcade.

Bec’s followers lapped up the statement outfit, describing it as “so beautiful”.

“You can wear anything and look sensational,” one commented.

“So pretty ahhh,” another added.

“Absolutely stunning,” someone else mused.

Meanwhile Lana opted for a black Rachel Gilbert dress with a cheeky cut-out at the bust.

She paired it with a matching black clutch and heels from her own shoe label By Lana Wilkinson.

The Brain Ball had its inaugural black tie event in May 2022 to create hope for the approximately 1900 Australians who receive a brain cancer diagnosis each year.

Life expectancy for those with brain cancer is “bleak”, with around 1500 Australians dying from the disease each year, according to Health Direct.

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