Always a more demure star than the mysterious, slightly dangerous, Ms. Dietrich, Irene Dunne nonetheless could also turn on the dazzle upon occasion.
Veronica Lake shimmers in a more low-key way in this shot. (Is it me or does the fabric around her upraised hand make it look like she is flipping all of us off?! lol)
Jean Peters uses beads to zero in on her bustline.
Stella Stevens, one of our favorite people, is working the sequins, the jewels and the boa (not to mention the belly) overtime, all at once, in this get-up from 1972's Stand Up and Be Counted.
Doris Day is sporting a still-impressive physique in this publicity photo from 1966's The Glass Bottom Boat. She was forty-two at the time (and gals didn't typically stay in this kind of shape at that age in those days.)
Dynasty. Here, we see a sturdy John Forsythe carrying Linda Evans around their stately mansion.
Elizabeth Taylor got on the bandwagon during this period, too, piling on the bling, which was outdone only by her ever-increasing mane of black (then salt & pepper) hair.