No chest cold here! Paris Hilton braves the chilly London weather as she heads to DJ gig in cleavage-bearing grey mini dress
Temperatures may have dipped to as low as five degrees Celsius in London.
But the cold weather was not chilly enough to stop Paris Hilton from showing off her svelte figure in a tiny dress.
The 33-year-old heiress was spotted looking anything but conservative while heading out of her hotel in the capital city of the United Kingdom on Tuesday night.
Aren't you freezing?: Paris Hilton braved the cold London weather while leaving her hotel on Tuesday
She donned a low-cut and long-sleeved clinging frock featuring sequins as she showed off both her slim pins and cleavage.
Paris teamed the look with a pair of light-coloured pantyhose and dark grey suede booties featuring a studded detailing.
Her make-up was done perfectly for the evening as it featured smokey eye shadow and pink lip while her signature blonde locks were worn down flowing over her shoulders.
Showing off: The 33-year-old star showed off her cleavage in a clinging mini dress as she headed to a DJing gig at new club Bonbonniere London
Shades of grey: The former Simple Life star's long-sleeve frock featured a sequined detailing all over it as she paired the look with grey suede booties
Paris tried to adjust her outfit to the weather just a bit by adding a grey fur vest and black leather Chanel finger-less gloves.
This didn't seem to work, however, as she was spotted crossing her arms to keep warm while leaving with her club entrepreneur pal Joe Fournier.
Joe looked dapper in a black suit, white deep V-neck top and black leather dress shoes.
Braving the cold: Paris tried combating the cold with a furry grey vest and finger-less Chanel gloves
No doubt the two were heading to Joe's new club Bonbonniere London as she was scheduled to DJ an event that night.
According to the website for the new hotspot, the club located in the heart of Mayfair is inspired by the Fabergé Egg for a decadent experience in the London nightlife scene.
Paris's most recent venture into music has reportedly earned her as much as $1 million per set.
Wrong outfit choice: The socialite's outfit choice may have caught up to her as she wrapped her arms around herself while standing with club entrepreneur pal Joe Fournier
'I am working a lot as a DJ and getting paid very well and having a ball,' Paris told the New York Post.
'My mother always told me it’s not polite to discuss money, but it’s true… I’m very proud. I’ve worked hard. I love music. It’s my passion,' she added.
Despite the criticism of some other, more established stars in the music world, Paris was even named the Female DJ of the Year in 2014.