Fans Are Mad at Ariel Winter for Not Wearing a Bra to a Kids’ Movie Premiere

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Even while traveling abroad, Ariel Winter and her wardrobe do the most.

Ariel Winter‘s latest look is creating quite a stir.

When the 19-year-old arrived to the Los Angeles premiere of Smurfs: The Hidden Village this weekend clad a see-through dress, many fans questioned why the actress would wear such a revealing outfit to the opening of a children’s movie.

Leaving her bra and underwear at home, the 19-year-old showed off major sideboob — and sidebutt, if that’s ever a thing — as she walked the red carpet in a head-turning dress, which featured sheer panels along the side. The Modern Family star, who recently just returned home after spending some time with boyfriend Levi Meaden in China, opted to pair her revealing look with a bright pink lip and blue nail polish.

Though Winter seemed to be perfectly content about her outfit and shared photos from the event on her Instagram, some of her followers were less than thrilled about the risqué outfit choice.

“Is it a kids movie premier or a club opening???!!” one Instagram user commented.

“An adult should of told you that dress is so inappropriate for a children’s movie,” another wrote. “You should have more respect for yourself, you’re a beautiful young lady and don’t need to flaunt your tits to get attention.”

Days ago, Winter also shared a Kim Kardashian-esque shot of her self wearing a high-cut white swimsuit. The actress simply captioned the picture, “The booty’s back in Cali☀️.”

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In the past, Winter called out body-shamers, writing on her Instagram last year, “Every time someone bullies me online, it gives me a chance to re-emphasize to my fans, and even myself, how important self-acceptance is.”

“Those who say such harsh things on my Instagram, thank you for this opportunity – but the question I ask myself each time I read the mean comments is if this is how you talk to a stranger online, I can only imagine how cruelly you speak to yourself,” she continued. “Stop the hate. Accept all that you are and know your flaws are what make you the PERFECT you. I love my fans and I love my bullies for what they truly NEED is love.”