One morning news guest’s wardrobe decision was unlike anything viewers had ever seen.
English television personality Scarlett Moffatt appeared on “Sunday Brunch” wearing a dress patterned with chains, jewels, and other objects. However, viewers quickly noticed that an unfortunate design flaw made the pattern look like a pair of droopy breasts. The dress could be seen throughout the entire segment:
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Viewers also took to Twitter to talk about the dress.
— Füzžy📺Böx™ (@FuzzyTellybox) November 5, 2017
— outdoorshuman (@outdoorshuman) November 5, 2017
But Moffatt got some support along the way. Co-host Johnny Vegas took a picture with Moffatt after drawing a pair of breasts on his own shirt.
— Sunday Brunch (@SundayBrunchC4) November 5, 2017
Moffatt also poked fun at herself by tweeting, “Love my little boobie dress.”
She certainly isn’t the first person who discovered on the air that their fashion choices might have been a mistake.
One meteorologist’s dress became a victim of the green screen in a segment that went viral in 2016.
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— Liberté Chan (@libertechan) February 27, 2016
Others have used outfit fails to there advantage, like this meteorologist who came up with a pretty nifty Halloween costume.
— Met Office (@metoffice) October 31, 2017