Taylor Swift’s Wardrobe Malfunction At Golden Globes — Flashes Bra

Oh no! The star showed off a lot more than she bargained for in her sexy dress! Ever since Taylor Swift split with former flame Harry Styles she has been dressing sexier than ever, proving that looking good really is the best revenge. Gone are the overly girly get-ups we once used to see on the star. Instead, the 23-year-old is looking seriously sexy, sophisticated and chic -- but with every really revealing frock comes the chance of a wardrobe malfunction, and unfortunately the crooner fell victim to one on the red carpet at the 70th annual Golden Globe Awards in LA on Jan. 13!

Taylor Swift Wardrobe Malfunction Golden Globes
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For the big night, the star selected a backless eggplant Donna Karan Atelier frock and she looked phenomenal! While she seemed covered up from the front, she gave us an eyeful when she turned around and flashed her bare back — and that’s not all we caught a glimpse of! From the side of the dress we were able to see the star’s chest, (and bra!). Clearly she had cups holding up her frock, and they were totally visible from the side as she glided down the red carpet — at least now we know how she managed to look so put together in this seriously sexy dress!

Poor Taylor! We doubt she wanted to flash the top of her bra. While this revealing slip was definitely embarrassing, luckily no body parts popped out and she managed to stay covered up in her gorgeous red carpet get-up. Wearing the proper undergarments can really save the day, and that seems to be the case in this instance.

When she stepped out for the People’s Choice Awards wearing a gravity-defying, plunging white Ralph Lauren gown, we were surprised she didn’t pop out of her dress — but luckily she managed to avoid showing off more than she bargained for.

Unfortunately the same can’t be said about her Golden Globes get-up, but what do you think? Is Taylor’s style slipup totally embarrassing or really not that bad?

Katrina Mitzeliotis

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