Kanye West, Kim Kardashian, MET Gala

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Sometimes fashion's biggest night calls for a last-minute wardrobe change!

Kim Kardashian did just that at the 2014 Metropolitan Museum of Art's Costume Institute Gala, opting to switch up her shoes, her belt and her bracelets before wowing on the red carpet at the annual bash with beau Kanye West

As the Keeping Up With the Kardashians star left her hotel with her man, she was seen wearing a pair of strappy black sandals and a leather belt with detailed fasteners in addition to two large black matching bracelets.

However, when she arrived at the Met Gala, North West's mama stunned in a pair of black shoes which covered her toes as well as a sleek black belt, leaving her bracelets behind.

Kim Kardashian, MET Gala


While Kim has yet to reveal what prompted the last minute change, which presumably occurred en route to the gala, we have a hunch it may have been the wardrobe malfunction she suffered while leaving her hotel in her stunning strapless ocean blue Lanvin gown.

The sexy dress featured a hip-high slit that happened to reveal a bit too much as Kim was rushing to leave the Lanvin store, accidentally flashing her navy blue panties as she entered her car with her rapper beau. 

Luckily, she managed to remain wardrobe malfunction-free on the red carpet, where she looked gorgeous with Yeezy, who also wore a Lanvin suit.

The couple posed for pics with Lily Allen, who famously parodied Yeezy's Biblical nickname with her latest album Sheezus and Kim was also seen rubbing elbows with celebs such as Naomi Campbell, Givenchy designer Riccardo Tisci, model Cara Delevingne and actress Kate Bosworth.

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