Selena Gomez’s Wardrobe Malfunction Leads Today’s Star Sightings

When you’re changing into multiple outfits before the rest of the world is even awake, it’s easy to slip up and suffer a fashion blunder. Case in point: Selena Gomez’s latest whirlwind promotional tour in London on Monday.

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The “Wolves” singer started her day off by showing some major skin in an off-the-shoulder number from Cushnie et Och paired gingham Trademark shoes.

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The 25-year-old then swapped for something with more coverage, wearing a white long-sleeve knit underneath a black midi dress from Proenza Schouler for her appearance at BBC Radio One. She accessorized the ’90s chic look with with Tura cat-eye sunglasses and black pumps.

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Next, the 25-year-old opted for a Isabel Marant floral frock as she visited the Kiss FM Studio, capping off the pretty ensemble with red Mansur Gavriel slippers and a matching scarlet lip.

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However, the newly-blonde star suffered a bit of a wardrobe malfunction when it came to her fourth look of the day. While visiting Captial Radio, Selena accidentally flashed her nipple in a sheer black turtleneck. Fortunately, she was able to cover up in a plaid overcoat by Fay as she made her way through the crowd of fans waiting outside the studio.

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Perhaps embracing her nip slip, the Disney Channel alum later stepped out in a completely see-through dress and knee-high black boots for a fan meet-and-greet on Regent Street.

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Lastly, Selena slipped into her sixth — and final! — look of the day for 2017 British Fashion Award, where she effortlessly rocked a custom-made satin gown by Coach.

“It’s really important for me that Selena feels like her best,” Coach’s executive creative director Stuart Vevers told British Vogue of the look. “I want [the dresses] to always have an ease to them: a sense of movement and freedom. Coach has a down-to-earth approach to luxury, which is different from the traditional European houses. I want to celebrate that ease; that New York City attitude.”

Clearly, Selena feels very comfortable in her element.