Good Morning Britain host Susanna Reid is known for her polished look and stylish outfits on TV every day, so she's the last person we'd expect to make a style blunder in public. However, poor Susanna experienced a very embarrassing fashion faux pas recently during an important work meeting, and we really feel for her. The presenter made that classic mistake of forgetting to remove the price tag on her dress, leaving her rather red faced. The presenter took to her Twitter page to reveal her mishap. She posted: "Just spent two hours in a high-level meeting hoping I’d made an impression on influential colleagues ... to find the SALE label was hanging out of my dress."
Susanna on Good Morning Britain with her co-host Piers Morgan
Oh dear. We've all been there though haven't we? Susanna's followers were quick to sympathise with her and offer their own funny fashion disaster stories. One wrote: "That's up there with crossing legs to find the price sticker on the bottom of your shoe! I did that at my wedding, trying to remove the sale sticker off my shoes before the wife saw me."
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Another fan tweeted: "I once went to important meeting with George Pig stickers stuck all over my bag. Didn't notice until I was packing up to leave." One follower told Susanna: "I once wore a dress back to front to a party!"
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There were many messages of support for the star though, as one fan said: "That just makes you even more human & lovable than you already are!" Another posted: "It could have been worse – at least your dress wasn't tucked into your knickers." One follower cheered Susanna up by admitting to spending two days wearing odd shoes.
Fortunately Susanna got her outfit right on Thursday's show, wearing a chic fuchsia pink dress by designer Fee G and some gorgeous animal print shoes from Nine West.
So good to hear that even stars like Susanna have wardrobe malfunctions sometimes #onwardsandupwards.
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