Irina Shayk flaunts 'side boob' at Vanity Fair Oscar party

   Feb 28, 3:59 pm

London, Feb 28 (ANI): Irina Shayk revealed plenty of 'side-boob' as she posed outside the Vanity Fair Oscar party in West Hollywood, despite not opting for a low-cut dress for the evening.

The 26-year-old model sported a glamorous metallic gold gown that covered her bottom half and trailed behind her, but Shayk could not stop herself from showing some skin and modelled her slim arms and tanned back in the Abed Mahfouz garment, the Daily Mail reported.

With it's crossover detail and high neckline, the dress was surely the perfect fit for the event and boasted Shayk's enviable figure.

The Russian star, who is dating footballer Cristiano Ronaldo , wore minimal make-up, highlighting her smile with just a hint of pink lipgloss, and completed her look with a pair of green earrings and a matching gem stone ring.

The former Victoria's Secret model wore her dark hair in a chic bun and stared at the camera before making her way inside to the party. (ANI)

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