We've all been the victim of unfortunate wardrobe choices. Just ask Justin Timberlake and Britney Spears about the amazing, all-denim ensemble they rocked together once upon a time. It's honestly just too ugly to describe why they'd even consider picking it.
Now we can forgive them because 2001 was an interesting time for music and fashion (plus, Justin's ramen noodle hairdo probably distracted people from just how much denim the two of them were wearing) and they were just hanging out at the American Music awards. It was a time when 90s fashion was still clinging to life in the early 2000s and people really weren't sure what was going to be cool anymore. Jnco jeans? Why not, they were cool 5 years ago. Luckily society bounced back but we still get some lingering poor fashion choices seeping into the modern day that would make 2000s kids proud.
As embarrassing as those clothes were, it's not like they were hosting a show on live television in those getups. I have a feeling if they were, a producer would definitely speak up and suggest they put on something else.
Which is probably what should've happened with English TV host Scarlet Moffatt's "droopy boob" dress. It left just about everyone wondering if she'd even considered her choice.
People noticed the unfortunately placed design right away, which isn't surprising considering how obvious the pattern is to just about anyone.
It didn't take long for Moffatt to realize that she was totally repping the saggy booby look on TV.
At the end of it all, the official Sunday Brunch twitter account (the name of the show she was hosting), posted this hilarious photo. Hey, at least they acknowledged the faux pas.
And so did Moffatt.
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