Megan Fox, 37, went braless under a see-through brown top after a wardrobe malfunction

Fans were left fuming after Megan Fox posed in a see-through top and had to cover her modesty with her fingers due to a wardrobe malfunction.

As she shared a series of photos in a see-through brown top on her profile, it appeared she suffered a wardrobe malfunction.

In addition to wearing the outfit with a brown leather pencil skirt, Megan also styled her electric red hair into a short bob, which highlighted her striking facial features.

To match her vivid hair, Megan showed off her red see-through nails while posing for selfies against a wood wall.

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In addition to the pale pink lipstick, she also wore an oversized blazer with blue butterfly clips in her hair.

As soon as fans saw the Transformers actress, they flocked to the comments section to gush about her.

One fan said: “I swear any look, any hair color, etc is perfection on you.”

The comment from another fan read: “Ladies lady, you are such an inspiration.”

A third person said: “You are such a role model to so many.”

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In July, the beautiful 37-year-old actress looked stunning in a silver bikini that barely exposed her bottom.

With her fiery red hair dripping wet, Megan posed at the beach with her intricate text tattoo running along one side of her ribs on full display in photos taken by cibellevi.

While digging her bare feet into the sand, Meghan let her hair trail loose into the foamy waves, gazing up at the camera.

Her post was immediately flooded with marriage proposals under the caption: “Cliodhna, queen of the banshees.”


About Megan Fox :

As an American actress, Megan Denise Fox (born May 16, 1986) made her debut in the family film Holiday in the Sun, and went on to play numerous supporting roles in films and television, including the teen musical comedy Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen, as well as starring in Hope & Faith.

Her breakout role was as Mikaela Banes in the blockbuster action film Transformers (2007), which she reprised in its sequel Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen (2009).