Halle Berry’s Wardrobe Malfunction Causes Multiple Nip Slips

Halle Berry's Wardrobe Malfunction Causes Multiple Nip Slips

Halle Berry channeled her inner superwoman after battling her latest look.

The X-Men star shared a behind-the-scenes video of her recent wardrobe malfunction, in which she struggled to take off her black strapless corset and white button-down shirt by designer Anna Quan. As Halle told her stylist Lindsay Flores in a June 10 Instagram, “Let’s get this baby off.”

But it was no small feat for the duo.

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“Ow! B—h, there’s a zipper,” the Catwoman star pointed out as her stylist lifted up the shirt up but couldn’t get it over Halle’s head. “My boob! Why do you have me in this?”

Lindsay replied, “Because it looked good!”

 

Halle continued to wobble around the room with her arms bent over and her shirt raised above her chest, causing multiple nip slips. Plus, she kept her black pencil skirt with a thigh-high slit and matching stilettos on the entire time.

 

“Anna Quan,” the 57-year-old said, “we might have to cut this s—t off. It’s hurting me for real.”

Luckily, the two didn’t need to bring out the scissors. With a little extra wiggling and strategic arm placements, Lindsay eventually got the top off.

Halle Berry's Wardrobe Malfunction Causes Multiple Nip Slips
Halle Berry’s Wardrobe Malfunction Causes Multiple Nip Slips

Halle cheekily captioned her video, “Bad and Booshy back at it slaving for fashion!”

 

The Oscar winner’s post was all too relatable to many of her friends and followers. Jurnee Smollett commented, “I. Feel. So. Seen,” while Michelle Pfeiffer added, “I’m usually alone when this happens.”

And as one Instagram user hilariously responded, “Me in target dressing room.”

 

Of course, Halle hasn’t shied away from sharing insight into her fashion choices—even if they’re hard to get out of. Just last August she opened up about embracing her body more than ever and why she’s become fearless with her style.

“I’m my best self now that I reached 56 years old,” Halle told Women’s Health at the time. “I have the most to offer. I have zero blanks to give anymore. I’m solidly in my womanhood. I finally realize what I have to say is valuable, even if no one else agrees.”

 

She added, “I’m challenging all those stereotypes about how you have to look a certain way or feel a certain way.”

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