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All eyes were on Jessica Simpson's ample assets when she went out in public wearing lingerie

Apr 26, 2018
01:25 A.M.
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The racy outfit was proof of the diva’s flair for bold fashion statements.

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Popular singer-and-actress Jessica Simpson caught the attention of onlookers earlier this week, as she was spotted wearing a lingerie on a street in New York City.

As reported by Pop Culture, Simpson was seen sporting a lacy teddy-style lingerie which accentuated her cleavage and highlighted her slender figure.

The mini-dress featured a lacy bust in a black-and-white combination, and the skirt of the dress featured a small pattern on soft hosiery fabric and a lace along the hem.

Known for her love for unconventional fashion, Simpson threw on an eye-catching red blazer, adding contrast to the theme and color of the outfit.

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The bright red Gucci jacket featured a black-and-white border along the seams, the cuffs and the openings of the front pockets.

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The buttoned-down blazer was about as long as the teddy, revealing the star’s toned thighs.

The quirky look was completed with a pair of suede stiletto boots. The thigh-high black suede boots looked stylish and were paired up with a matching pageboy hat.

Simpson walked confidently inside the JFK Airport as the paparazzi gathered around to capture glimpses of her racy outfit.

The 37-year-old accessorized with a necklace and large hoop earrings and wore a pair of sunglasses while spending a sunny day outdoors.

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She kept her hairdo and makeup minimal and carried a large leather bag along as she walked away from the cameras.

The celebrity also shared a picture of her bold look on social media, captioning it with the hashtag #GUCCI.

Another outfit that became popular on her trip was the revealing cardigan and skinny-fit jeans.

A lover of boots, Simpson towered in a pair of high-heeled footwear as she arrived at the airport in New York City with her husband Eric Johnson.

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