On Friday, “Teen Mom” star Farrah Abraham, 38, had cameras flashing at the Venice Film Festival.
As Abraham was walking the red carpet at the "Ad Astra" screening in a Christophe Guillarme floral gown, she accidentally flashed her naughty bits, due to the high slit of the dress.
Farrah didn’t let the wardrobe function bother her. She even posted some of the headlines on her Instagram Story.
In another Instagram, she wrote, “Your [sic] going to love #adastra ! Great movie for father’s & Sons, those who enjoy #nasa space and the purpose of living life to its fullest,” the star captioned an Instagram photo of herself from the red carpet. “As an actress, writer, producer , Director I enjoyed it! Might be best this festival 💯Can’t wait to release my feature film 🎬Coming from Docu – Reality TV on Teen Mom I was grateful to see & meet fans in Venice Italy! Honored 💯 wearing my new jewelry line coming SEPTEMBER 16💖.”
On Thursday, Abraham noted that she was planning to vlog her time at the Venice Film Festival. We’ll have to wait and see if she mentioned her wardrobe mishap in the vlog!
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I want to say this vlog of #venicefilmfestival on my YouTube channel is going to be epic! @sophialabraham is having the time of her life- thanks to @palazzinagrassi so chic 😎Quick run down of first movie 🎥 at #venicefilmfestival off to the next! My sicilian / Italian in me loves this romantical city! Love you Venice & Lido 🥰 #Italy #Venice #venicefilmfestival
A similar wardrobe malfunction happened last year when Farrah attended the Cannes Film Festival.
While walking the red carpet at a fashion show, Abraham exposed herself to the audience in a high-slit dress.
Though cameras were snapping, Farrah didn’t seem to notice the mishap as she was smiling for the photogs.
In response to the malfunction, Abraham joked on Instagram, “#cannes has it’s Farrah-Share of fashion 😘 #cannesfilmfestival #cannes2018 #frenchriviera.”
Despite her wardrobe malfunctions, we expect her to continue to push the envelope with her fashion choices.