Paris Hilton, 37, showcases cleavage as she goes braless in bridal style gown
Only the soon-to-be-married hotel heiress can inject wedding vibes to Coachella as she rocked a white dress that somewhat resembled a bridal gown on Sunday.
While Paris Hilton dropped her wedding plans for the moment to party at Coachella, she still had her upcoming nuptials in her mind when she wore a wedding-inspired outfit. Daily Mail has the deets.
The 37-year-old socialite has been planning her nuptials to fiance Chris Zylka and it’s not a surprise some of her outfits are wedding-inspired including the Coachella ensemble on Sunday. She posted a series of photos on her Instagram and showed us the beautiful dress.
On her Snapchat, one can see the floor-length white gown which boasted a slightly sheer fabric and gaping cut-out between the bust showing her cleavage. She infused festival-appropriate touches to her outfit with a bohemian style kimono and donned a floral garland atop her curled blond locks.
The ensemble was just one of the many that former reality star wore over the weekend. She also donned a long black dress that featured crisscross details at the cleavage and a choker-style neckline. She matched it with butterfly cape that took center stage and turned heads.
Paris also stepped out for The Zoe Report’s annual ZOEasis event on Friday at The Parker Hotel in Palm Springs, California where she sported a white, lace design from Rachel Zoe herself.
Sharing some pictures of her classic, chic outfit on Instagram, she penned: “#BrideVibes in @RachelZoe #ZOEasis.”
Paris is set to tie the knot to Leftovers star Chris and she confessed that finalizing the guest list has been so hard for her because she has a massive pool of friends and family. She told People:
“I have so many friends and it’s so hard to pick. I have all my mom’s friends, all my family, all my cousins and all of that and then I have my other group of friends who are like my fun friends who I’m at Coachella with and EDC and Burning Man.”
She has admitted to thinking of having multiple receptions with the different groups of people.