Whoops! Chrissy Teigen had a major wardrobe malfunction at the CFDA Awards on June 1! But don’t worry — the gorgeous model had no problem joking about the incident on Instagram afterwards. See her explanation here!
Chrissy Teigen, 29, looked absolutely amazing the CFDA Awards on June 1. But unfortunately, with a sexy dress, also comes the possibility of a wardrobe malfunction…and that’s exactly what happened! Eeek!
For the high-fashion evening, John Legend’s, 36, wife wore a strapless white dress, which hugged her amazing figure and complimented her tanned skin perfectly. However, the gown also included a slit right up the middle, which was perfect to help her show off some leg, but caused some trouble as the evening went on!
The slit wasn’t super high, but it ended up ripping five inches more, according to Chrissy’s Instagram! Uh-oh! Of course, the funny model knows how to make the best out of an unfortunate situation, and made sure to joke about it while covering up the rip in a funny photo.
“Wardrobe malfunction to the highest caliber,” she explained in the picture’s caption. “Let’s just say the slit took it upon itself to rip 5 inches higher.” Those pesky dress slits — they’ll get you!
Before Chrissy brought attention to her wardrobe malfunction, though, all eyes at the awards show were on Kim Kardashian, 34, who made her first red carpet announcement since announcing her pregnancy! The reality star looked absolutely stunning!
For the big night out, Kim rocked a sheer long-sleeved dress by Proenza Schouler, which put her amazing curves on display, and also showed off her black bra and high-waisted panties underneath. The 34-year-old is still only a few months along, so no sight of a baby bump just yet.
We know Kim loves her sheer ensembles, so this was the perfect opportunity to squeeze in one more sexy look before having to start dressing for a bump. We can’t wait to see her fashion as the pregnancy progresses!
HollywoodLifers, what do you think of Chrissy’s dress? And how about her reaction to the wardrobe malfunction?
— Alyssa Norwin