Dove Cameron graced her fans with another sultry post today. In a series of two photos on her Instagram feed, the Descendants actress rocked a simple yet sexy white nightgown that left little to the imagination.
Lovely In White
Her scanty attire was a bright white fabric, which complemented her fair complexion. The garment had thin straps that clung to her shoulders for support and boasted a deep, scooped neckline. The upper portion of the dress was sheer and patterned with tiny dot prints. It was also adorned with tiny lace flowers from her bust down to her tummy in a V-shape. The nightie cinched in at the waist to accentuate the singer’s hourglass shape, then flared out in an A-line style.
Ditching Her Lingerie
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It seemed like she wore nothing underneath the see-through piece, but her breasts were covered, thanks to the intricate lace patterns.
The first picture was quite blurry, and it showed her posing in what appeared to be a hallway surrounded by white walls. She leaned onto the wall using her right arm as she touched the side of her face. Dove let her other arm hang on her side as she looked at the lens, smiling brightly.
A swipe to the right featured the 25-year-old actress posing in a similar stance. This time, she didn’t smile, and her black eyeliner appeared smudged.
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“When your best friend comes home to find you crying in your nightgown you take a 5 min writing break and you let her photograph you in the hallway 🫀 i’ve never looked more like myself to me,” Dove wrote in the caption.
She also added a third pic to the slide, which was a screenshot of Ellen Bass’ poem entitled, “The Thing Is.”
Dove has been known to be very open about her emotions. In an interview with Entertainment Tonight, she talked about her struggles with anxiety and depression. The Disney star also revealed that she had mental health issues “long before” she became famous.
“I’m so open and so fragile that I feel like the world just permeates me all the time and that results in anxiety and depression and confusion and loneliness and ups and downs of being like, ‘Wow, I feel so safe — I want to eat it all, I want to meet you all, I want to love.’ And, then I’m like, ‘I need to shave my head and move away and never talk to anyone ever again,’” Dove told the outlet.
“I have to regulate myself and pay attention to that, so I developed a clean image that felt protective,” she added. “It felt like, if I’m going to have no one be mad at me and never get in trouble or step on anyone’s toes, I’m going to be what I know to be safe. I feel like when you’re 16 and in high school, you’re probably doing that. You’re like, ‘I want to get good grades, I don’t want my parents to be mad at me, I want to dress so I don’t get trouble in school.’ I was a teenager.”