Kylie Jenner nearly suffers wardrobe malfunction as she spills out of plunging blue dress & dramatic necklace in Paris | The Sun

KYLIE Jenner has narrowly avoided a major wardrobe malfunction after stepping out in a plunging blue dress while at Paris Fashion Week.

The Keeping Up With the Kardashians alum decided to bare as much cleavage as possible while in the French capital.

But Kylie, 25, was just a fraction of an inch away from a major wardrobe malfunction when she left her hotel on Wednesday night.

The reality star looked stunning in a velvet royal blue gown with a deep-v that nearly reached her belly button.

The TV personality paired the look with pointed-toe heels, a dramatic black choker necklace with a large heart-shaped pendant, and a small black clutch bag.

Kylie styled her hair in an intricate updo bun and went for full glam on her outing, though she struggled to hold her top up while hitting the town.

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The Hulu star welcomed her second child this past February, and in recent months has returned to sharing sexy photos of her curvy figure.


The mother of two went for another busty look on Tuesday night while attending the Balmain Runway show with her bestie Anastasia Karanikolaou.

Kylie wore a white, threaded dress that resembled macrame with a corsetted waist.

The deep-cut outfit plunged way below her chest, just above the top of her stomach, revealing her cleavage.

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Her see-through dress featured intricate detailing and design, and she paired it with see-through pointed-toe heels.


Earlier this week Kylie made her stunning entrance to Paris Fashion Week wearing a skintight white dress that showed off her post-baby curves.

The Kardashians star donned the floor-length dress to attend the Acne fashion show nearly seven months after her baby was born.

The TV star made a statement in all-white for the Spring/Summer 2023 Acne fashion show red carpet in Paris.

The form-fitting dress hugged all of her curves and had cape-like wings that draped off of her shoulders.

Kylie wore her hair slicked back into a bun and accessorized with large dark sunglasses rimmed with a white edge.

She also wore spiked earrings and white peep-toe heels.

Security helped Kylie out of the car and to the red carpet so she wouldn't step on the long hem of her pristine dress.


The star has admitted she gained 60 pounds during her pregnancy.

Kylie opened up about her postpartum journey and has been showing off her post-baby body through the summer months and into the fall.

Back in May, Kylie wore a bikini and posted snaps of herself posing on a surfboard, all barely three months after giving birth.

Although the look at her toned body came shortly after she had been praised by her fans for sharing her journey.

In the weeks following the birth, she posted intimate photos showing her stretch marks and extra weight.

However, fans speculated that the post was disingenuous, given that the mom-of-two had bragged about her abs coming back just days before.


By June, the star continued to post about her fitness journey and claimed she was taking "no days off" at the gym.

Kylie posed in a tight brown sports bra and form-fitting black bicycle booty shorts.

She rocked her hips back and forth in a boomerang, and added the caption: "No days off!"

In another shot, Kylie filmed herself walking on a treadmill. She was much more open and revealing about her progress in the caption.

"4 months postpartum," she shared.

"I have been dealing with tons of back and knee pain this time so it slows down my workouts.

"But I am on a mission to get strong again."

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