Rita Ora covers up with only black roses as she goes braless in daring sheer dress

When it comes to a racy red carpet look, she “Don’t Think Twice.”

Rita Ora delivered some sheer glamour at British Vogue’s Forces For Change party on Thursday, wearing a see-through black gown with strategically placed rosettes over her breasts at the London-based bash.

The “You Only Love Me” singer, 32, turned heads in the bold style, which featured two black three-dimensional roses that just about covered her nipples, with the look including several other roses trailing up the front and neckline of the gown.

Ora covered the bottom half of her face with a sheer face mask of sorts that extended from her gown’s turtleneck top, revealing just her hair and eyes in the unusual style.

As for the bottom half of her look, it was also completely see-through — although she wore a pair of nude thong panties underneath — and featured a ruched front with a high slit and a sweeping train.

Ora wore a nude thong under her see-through ‘fit.
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The dress showed off plenty of leg.
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The roses on her dress matched the party’s backdrop.
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The “For You” singer wore her hair pulled back in a French braid that was contained inside her sheer face covering.

Ora — who just recently revealed the dress she wore to marry Taika Waititi in August 2022—paired her dress with a pair of strappy black sandals, holding a black box clutch in her hand.

The pop star joined plenty of other familiar faces at the glamorous party, including Vogue’s Edward Enninful, Kate Moss’ 21-year-old daughter, Lila Moss, “Love Island” host Maya Jama and model Jourdan Dunn.

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Ora tucked her braid under her face covering.
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She’s never been afraid to free the nipple.
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Ora showed off her undergarments in a similar sheer black dress during Paris Fashion Week.
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Of course, Ora is no stranger to a sheer ‘fit, having worn many a sexy, see-through ensemble over the years.

She’s also quite the fan of a nipple-baring outfit, wearing a black lace gown without a bra to Alaïa’s Paris Fashion week show this summer among many other underwear-baring looks.

As for her style, the singer told Glamour UK she found comments about her less-is-more fashion to be “extremely misogynistic.”

“I’ve had it my whole career: having people judge what I wear, saying, ‘Is she too naked?’ Or, ‘Can she say things like that?” Ora said, praising Madonna for breaking boundaries and paving the way for women.

“I’m thanking her for that, because that’s given me the ability to be more outrageous, a bit more outlandish with things: how I dress, things I might say,” she said. “I’m not perfect, but I think that’s what keeps my fans entertained the most.”

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