How these WAGs avoided wardrobe malfunctions

From plungng necklines to daring thigh-high slits, some serious fashion risks were taken on Wednesday night at the 2017 Dally M Awards.

 

Stunning WAGs and other Australian media personalities hit the red carpet for NRL's night of nights, and managed to pull off some risque looks without any awkward slip-ups.

So how did these stars prevent an epic wardrobe malfunction on the night?

Dally M Erin Holland

Erin Holland reveals lots of Hollywood tape avoided a nip slip at the 2017 Dally M Awards in Sydney on Wednesday night. Source: Getty

Speaking to Be, former Miss World Australia Erin Holland said she took extra precautions to avoid a nip slip.

"[It] fits like a glove," she said about her stunning Pallas Couture dress. "I am very well taped in," she added, referring to the very low neckline of her gown that revealed a hint of cleavage.

The model also added: "I am wearing underwear because it’s actually quite heavily beaded so I don’t have to worry about the commando or not to commando".

Dally M Terry Biviano

Anthony Minichiello's wife Terry Biviano says she had a "modesty sash" over her thigh-high slit. Source: Getty

Meanwhile Anthony Minichiello's wife Terry Biviano was in a similar boat, saying going commando was not an option for her.

"There’s a modesty sash," she explained to Be about a panel of fabric which casually draped over her leg where the thigh-slit on her Mariam Seddiq dress was.

And Brisbane Broncos captain Darius Boyd's wife Kayla also revealed a secret trick that can help you get away with a sheer dress with no visible pantyline drama.

"I’m wearing invisible underwear," she spilled to Be.

Very clever!

Dally M Kayla Boyd

Brisbane Broncos captain Darius Boyd's wife Kayla also revealed a secret trick that can help you get away with a sheer dress with no visible pantyline drama. "I’m wearing invisible underwear," she spills to Be. Source: Getty

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