We can still see them! Miranda Kerr pretends to be demure in long floral dress… but still flashes her cleavage and legs
07:13 GMT, 12 July 2012
Being a professional clotheshorse, it's likely Miranda Kerr knew exactly how she would be toying with onlookers – despite covering up in this elegant floaty floral dress.
The Australian model opted for a quaint girl-next-door look while running errands in Manhattan.
However, the frock she picked didn't exactly leave create a demure exterior and instead showed off her runway legs beneath the sheer fabric and a plunging neckline.
Transparent! Miranda Kerr runs errands around Manhattan in a see-through floral dress
The canary yellow creation was also slashed daringly low, with the V-neck cut to below her cleavage.
Miranda polished off the look with a
pair of nude peep toe heels, a leather handbag which added a touch of
office chic, and a quirky pair of large shades.
Later she changed in a more comfortable pair of sandals as she took her son Flynn out shopping at Baby Gap.
It's no wonder the mother-of-one
successfully maintains such a svelte frame for her career, considering
she prefers to devour only 'raw, clean and organic' food.
Even the sidewalk's a catwalk! Miranda looked elegant, but ready to business with her leather handbag
The Victoria's Secret Angel said: 'I find the most satisfying food is food that's full of life, so it's
raw and clean and organic. We have a vegetable patch in LA… when I eat them from there I love that.'
During the interview with Women's Fitness, she added: 'My grandfather had a vegetable patch when I was growing up and my
grandma would just chop the vegetables up and give them to us, so I
learned from that. I find that really satisfying, the raw enzymes. I
also love kale, spinach, fennel, avocado… '
However, the 29-year-old, who is a Buddhist, has come under fire for an insensitive quip to Harper’s Bazaar UK about why she chose not to have an epidural for her son's birth, as she didn't want Flynn to be 'drugged'.
On parenting blog The Stir by CafMom, one mother wrote: 'Being a supermodel doesn’t make you an expert', adding, '(Miranda should) choose her words more wisely'.
Switch: The Australian model later swapped to comfortable flats as she took her son Flynn out shopping at Baby Gap
Big boy: Miranda's son Flynn looks like he is growing fast
Not the hair! Miranda places her hands by her head to prevent the wind messing up her style
Power suit: Miranda was seen leaving an office in a white shirt and smart trousers while juggling Flynn