Plenty of slay-worthy trends hit the world in 2016, and next year is looking to be just as hot. But there was one particular trend that celebs went all-out for in the last 12 months. Or rather, their legs went all out, as their lower parts were set free. That鈥檚 right, celebs were all about the NSFW trend of going bottomless, AKA lampshading 鈥 nearly naked from the waist down, no pants or skirts or much of anything at all.

This guy is always in my shot!

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It shouldn鈥檛 surprise you that Kim K was all about the hottest NSFW trend, and though she pulled it off on quite a few occasions during the year, her most remarkable bottomless moment (that was matched with a no-shirt look) may have been her trench coat and grid-print boots while attending this year鈥檚 Balenciaga fashion show in Paris (yep, right before the robbery).

Jewel-tone velvet. On my app.

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Kourtney totally rocked the trend in an old faded Metallica shirt and bright velvet thigh-high boots. If you鈥檙e gonna do it, you might as well go all out, and Kourtney was certainly up for it.

Kendall Jenner _ lampshading

Kendall Jenner is not one to be outdone by her older siblings, which is why it鈥檚 not so surprising that she also popped up in the bottomless look this year, opting for a fierce bear t-shirt and above-the-ankle boots.

Kelly Rowland _ lampshading

Kelly Rowland decided to step out in the NSFW trend to walk the red carpet for the 2016 Ebony Power 100 Gala. In a black and white floral top and thigh-high black boots, this was definitely a more formal twist to the look.

If there鈥檚 a hot AF trend to tackle, you know Rihanna will be taking it to the next level. Her Vetements Tee and Princess Pink Ella Boucht Puffer Coat is exactly how one should try this look in the winter (that is, if you鈥檙e a celeb or super brave with your fashion).

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(h/t People; photos via Todd Williamson, Paul Archuleta/Getty)