One of the most striking developments in the entertainment industry over the last 40 years is the wild factor. Recently the very popular Lady Gaga wore meat dress during one of her outings made exclusively from layers of beef.
Although it is unlikely that people around the world are going to wear meat dresses anytime in the near future, the meat dress did attract a lot of attention from young people who admire and approve what Lady Gaga is doing. However, adults, especially parents might be concerned whether wild dresses especially made from meat might provoke the kids to try similar things at parties or among friends.
On the other hand simple mini-dresses while attracting a lot of attention from viewers and audiences are not so shocking and might not arouse concern from parents.
Mini-dresses with bright colors such as red, green and yellow can be a great option for celebrities to parade their bodies and get plenty of attention from the photographers, media and average joe alike.
Mini-dresses can look especially good on women with long slender toned physique and clear skin who like to put some light jewellery with diamonds or other precious stones to go along with their dress.
Celebrities can also wear mini-dresses made by local designers from small towns and cities to promote local or little known businesses instead of big city designers in Paris and New York.
If big celebrities promote mini-dresses made locally, this will give a huge momentum for Made in USA clothing and bring more jobs for Americans during recession.