Braless Paris Hilton Risks Wardrobe Malfunction in Daring Sheer Dress

The hotel heiress almost suffered nip slip while attending an iHeartRadio Music Awards after-party at Delilah nightclub in West Hollywood.

AceShowbiz - Paris Hilton makes sure all eyes are on her wherever she goes with her bold fashion choice. The 37-year-old socialite risked wardrobe malfunction as she ditched her bra while attending an iHeartRadio Music Awards after-party at Delilah nightclub in West Hollywood on March 11.

Paris was pictured sporting a daring sheer fringed dress, which offered a generous glimpse of her high-cut black underwear. The dress also featured a strategically-placed beading that covered her nipples. She teamed the jaw-dropping dress with matching black heels, fur and handbag.

The blonde bombshell was not alone at the bash as she was accompanied by fiance Chris Zylka. The latter opted for a more casual look though, as he stepped out in a black hoodie, brown trousers and dark trainers. The couple held hands while entering the venue.

Earlier in the night, Paris walked the red carpet at the award show in a heart-covered Charbel Zoe Couture dress. On the red carpet, she spoke to E! News about her wedding plans, revealing that she already recruited little sister Nicky Hilton to help her find the perfect dress.

"My sister and I have been in New York trying on all the dresses," she shared. "Now, we're just trying to figure out a date, but definitely this year and definitely close to home. We're just trying to figure out which place."

The hotel heiress also noted that she already knew where she wanted to get her wedding cake. "Hansen's cake," she continued. "I've been having it since I was little for every birthday party. It's the best tasting cake in the world."

Paris and Chris got engaged earlier this year. She took to Instagram to announce the happy news, saying, "So happy and excited to be engaged to the love of my life. My best friend and soulmate. Perfect for me in every way."

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