‘Harry Potter’s’ Emma Watson Suffers Embarrassing Wardrobe Malfunction at ‘Noah’ Premiere; Sky High Slit Dress Puts Her Undergarments at Display

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By jaskiran kaur | April 2, 2014 5:11 PM EST

. The actress who has been highly praised for her fashion sense in the industry, suffered minor yet embarrassing wardrobe malfunction as her nude "shaping shorts" were put on display due to the daring sky high slit that her dress had.

This was one of many minor wardrobe mishaps suffered by Emma Watson. According to E! Online, in a previous incident, actress accidently exposed her nipple pastie on her left breast during the premiere of her 2012 movie "Perks of Being a Wallflower." She also had her left breast exposed in her low-cut mini dress during a pre-BAFTA party in Feb. 2011.  

If this minor wardrobe mishap is to be overlooked, Emma Watson looked sophisticated as ever. She sported Ralph Lauren's column halter gown. Her classic ensemble was made up with silk and done up with flowing georgette panel. Her hair were done up in a neat bun and she slightly accentuated her otherwise subtle look with the brightness of tangerine lip color. She completed her look with Jennifer Fisher cuffs in gold and Anita Ko earrings. She carried a Jimmy Choo clutch and wore white pumps.

"Noah" premiere took place on Monday at Odeon Leicester Square. Emma Watson was joined by co-stars of one of the most controversial movies of the year at the London premiere. There was Douglas Booth, Ray Winsotne, Sinitta and Lydia Bright. Kimberly Garner also attended the premiere wearing a white dress with daringly plunging neckline.

The American biblical epic starring Russell Crowe released on March 28 in the U.S. While the actor portrays the titular role in the movie, Emma Watson plays the role of Noah's step daughter lla. The movie also features Anthony Hopkins as Noah's grandfather, Jennifer Connelly as Noah's wife and Ray Winston as Tubal-cain.  

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