The young singer and social media sensation has embraced a more daring look in recent years
She’s not known for making a low-key arrival on the red carpet.
And it looked as though Tallia Storm was unwilling to buck her trend of wearing an eye-catching ensemble to a bash on Tuesday, as she arrived in nothing but a tuxedo jacket and suit trousers at the Marie Claire Future Shapers Awards 2017, on Tuesday night, in London.
Attending the annual awards show, which was held this year in partnership with Neutrogena, at One Marylebone, the 18-year-old singer opted for a rather daring look as she flashed a serious amount of flesh by going shirtless – though unfortunately she suffered what appeared to be a slight wardrobe malfunction.
Sashaying onto the red carpet with a beaming smile on her face, the Scottish social media star and occasional pop princess looked to be attempting a show-stealing look.
Arriving in a slim-cut modern evening jacket, which featured glossy tuxedo style lapels, which she teamed with a pair of matching fitted trousers, Tallia certainly cut a stylish figure.
She complete the look with a pair of towering heels, a simple dainty necklace and a smart little clutch.
Opting for a more risqué look than many others on the night, she opted wear NOTHING underneath her jacket – choosing to forgo a bra and top.
Unfortunately, the Still In Love singer seemed to suffer a slight slip with the positioning of her jacket as she twirled in front of the assembled cameras.
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Perhaps having not thoroughly secured her jacket in place, Tallia unwittingly exposed a hint of her nipple as she posed up a storm.
Despite the slight malfunction, Tallia was all smiles as she made her way into the glamorous event – where she no doubt rectified the slip.