Christina Ricci is stunning as she both channels her inner goth girl and rocks the 2022 sheer trend. The Addams Family actress is making major headlines right now for starring in the Wednesday series based on the much-loved movie, and every magazine around seems to want her. In her Tuesday Instagram share, Ricci fronted BUST magazine, showing off her killer figure and opting for a jaw-dropping outfit. Christina posed dramatically and in a black and sheer lace dress, showing a fair amount of chest, but also staying classy. Fans have left her over 100,000 likes.
Christina Ricci Goes Goth Glam In See-Through Lace Dress
Stuns In Sheer Dress
Posing confidently and on the magazine's cover, Christina dazzled as she rocked her signature alt-girl-with-class edge. The mom of two was photographed against a white backdrop while raising both arms up - given that her dress came with billowing and feathery sleeve details, the positioning was spot on.
Christina modeled a sheer, tulle, and cut-out dress with thick-rimmed piping, one donned braless, and with opaque fabrics protecting her modesty. Showing off her curves and her flat stomach, the former child star flashed black underpants beneath her dress, also matching her jet-black locks to it. Ricci wore pale and dramatic makeup complete with gorgeous blush. She rocked a dark nude lip and plenty of eyeliner while looking right at the lens. "Covering @bust_magazine," she captioned the post.
Ricci ensured to tag designer Rodarte for the dress. She also shouted out her entire glam team. Quick to leave a like was talk show host Kelly Ripa. Model Shalom Harlow left black heart emoji. This isn't Christina's first cover this month. On November 18, the actress posed in a form-fitting white dress while fronting The Style.
Opening Up On Unwelcome Teen Comments
Christina has further made fall 2022 headlines by speaking to Today Parents. She got candid about growing up in the public eye and about disgusting comments she received while going through puberty.
“People would basically all get together and look at you and decide how to fix everything that was wrong with you,” she said. “And I never enjoyed those days of everybody talking about my flaws.”
“When I was 12 or 13 and started to have boobs, they would talk about how to make me look less womanly. It made me really uncomfortable. I did not enjoy that," Christina added. Ricci also revealed suffering from an eating disorder in her teens, but she did, fortunately, recover aged 15.