LOUISE Thompson has made a huge fashion faux pas and fans have picked up on it.
The Made In Chelsea star is currently enjoying a lengthy holiday with her personal trainer boyfriend, Ryan Libbey.
Louise and Ryan have visited the Maldives and are now in Sri Lanka, and have been impressing fans with their toned figures while lapping up paradise.
But fans of the reality television favourite have noticed something strange about her latest photograph.
Posing on a beach in black and white crochet bikini next to Ryan, fans quickly realised her bikini was on upside down.
The Goa Monochrome Striped Crochet Bikini from Lasula is actually meant to be a halterneck, but Louise wore the sweetheart shape tie neck around her waist.
Despite many fans taking to social media to compliment the bikini, many quickly realised Louise was wearing it wrong.
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"I don't think anyone else has realised her bikini is on upside down," wrote one fan.
We're not sure if Louise is aware of her fashion faux pas, or whether she wore the bikini upside down on purpose.
Either way, she's kind of pulling it off.
Commenting on the look, clothing company Lasula admitted they didn't recognise their bikini at first.
They told us: "We saw Louise’s picture on Instagram and thought – wow, what a cool bikini (and body)!
"And only after a couple of minutes we realised it’s actually ours, with the top upside down – what a cool idea!
"We are a fan of her style in general and we love how creative she is. We’re proud to see her wearing our bikini and we absolutely love the look!"
If only we could all pull off upside down bikinis like Louise!
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