See Sarah Michelle Gellar In A Bra And White Shirt

Sarah Michelle Gellar poses in an open white shirt and lacy bra.

By Nathan Kamal | Published

Sarah Michelle Gellar is an icon of 1990s fashion, but that does not mean she cannot serve looks in the 2020s. In a recent post on her very popular Instagram account (which has 4 million followers and counting), Sarah Michelle Gellar posed for a camera in a very open white shirt, which revealed more than a glimpse of a lacy bra. The Scream star looks to be standing in a confident and nearly cocky pose, which she more than deserves after weathering Hollywood for as many years as she has. 

The caption to Sarah Michelle Gellar’s social media post reads that she “ too would like to respectfully and sexually bow out …. of Friday (can it please be the weekend already).” While it can be debated as to what “sexually bow out” actually means, it is safe to assume that the Buffy the Vampire Slayer star is expressing a pretty universal sentiment. At the very least, it is nice to show that even show business veterans look forward to the weekend as much as we common people. 

In addition to her slightly ribbed white blouse and lacy bra, Sarah Michelle Gellar is wearing a pair of tight, slightly distressed blue jeans in the picture as well as heavy silver earrings. Her dark blonde is pulled back and tumbled over her should in loose curls, and it is safe to say that the star of I Know What You Did Last Summer looks pretty fantastic. 

Although Sarah Michelle Gellar is most famous for her work in horror and horror-adjacent projects like Joss Whedon’s Buffy the Vampire Slayer series and Scream 2, she has worked in a number of other genres. She played Daphne in the live-action Scooby-Doo movies in the early 2000s, both of which were written by the future Guardians of the Galaxy director James Gunn. Interestingly, Gunn apparently wanted Velma (played by Linda Cardellini of Avengers: Age of Ultron and Hawkeye) to be openly gay in the live-action films, but it took until just recently for the character to be canonically declared LGBTQ+.

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One of Sarah Michelle Gellar’s more famous non-horror projects was the 1999 movie Cruel Intentions, which co-starred Reese Witherspoon, Ryan Phillippe, and Selma Blair (who kindly commented “The best girl here” on Gellar’s Instagram post). Cruel Intentions was followed by several direct-to-DVD sequels and a jukebox musical, but plans to reboot it as a series for NBC recently fell through. Apparently, Sarah Michelle Gellar was actually relieved about the cancelation, as she felt that network television was not a good fit for the raciness and darkness of Cruel Intentions.

Sarah Michelle Gellar is currently set to star in The Wolf Pack, a supernatural teen thriller being developed for Paramount+. It is a funny turn that an actress so associated with vampires would now be starring in a show about werewolves, but there really are only so many classic monsters to get through. Hopefully, Sarah Michelle Gellar will manage to find a Frankenstein-related project sometime soon.