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Cheryl Tweedy wears inside-out denim hotpants in bizarre new fashion trend

She is usually on the right side of fashion.

Yet, despite this, it seems Cheryl Tweedy have have suffered a sartorial slip-up – as she proved with her latest Instagram post, this week.

The newly-single TV star, who predictably split from Liam Payne earlier this summer, was pictured rocking a pair of denim hotpants on Tuesday afternoon.

Except, rather than wear them the traditional way, she opted to sport them inside-out.

It’s not clear whether the eyebrow-raising outfit is part of a bizarre, new fashion trend or whether she’s simply getting creative with her existing wardrobe. Either way, it certainly prompted a reaction.

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The image quickly racked-up more than 100,000 ‘likes’ from die-hard fans, while plenty of critics voiced their opinions in the comments section.

"Your pants are inside out. Didn’t anybody tell you?" one eagle-eyed doubter quipped, while another simply said: "Awful styling".

A third follower then added: "Those shorts are the Cher Lloyd to your Cheryl Cole".

Fortunately, she did receive some support for her efforts. One loyal fan replied: "To all the mouth-breathers saying her shorts are inside out, I’m pretty sure they’re intended to be that way."

Another added: "If I tried to wear that people would die laughing….you, on the other hand, can wear anything and you will always look amazing."



Not that this is the first time she’s suffered a fashion fail, of course.

During her ill-fated spell on The X Factor USA she famously wore a bizarre purple and orange ensemble, which was accompanied by randomly big hair. Unsurprisingly, her abrupt exit from the show came soon after.

Then there was the time she and then-husband Ashley Cole dressed in matching (white) outfits to launch the National Lottery Dream Number.

Meanwhile, most of her early years in Girls Aloud were also pretty dodgy…


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