TV3's Saturday AM commenced the day by advising people on what to wear for the Ireland v France rugby match but somewhat ended up making a faux pas themselves.
The morning TV programme included a fashion segment to aid those Irish people struggling with what to wear to the rugby match.
Saturday's edition of the show dedicated their style segment to dressing for the Six Nations match but stylists on the show received a right ribbing from viewers at home.
The choice of a jersey and jacket for a man attending the match did more than leave a few people sniggering, and viewers royally took the mick out of the sartorial choices laid out on the show.
Ireland AM fashion bit on what to wear to the match. They hired a stylist for this. pic.twitter.com/BD3fLdJZTj
— Sue Kirk (@SueKirk) February 3, 2018
This is a necessary service. How else would people know to wear a jersey to a match?
— Cian McG (@CianMcGar) February 3, 2018
Your TV licence money hard at work.
— T’Charly (@DirtyButClean) February 3, 2018
What a disaster. I planned on going to the match dressed as an 1800s chimney sweep.
— Kevin O' Connell (@kjoc) February 3, 2018
There’ll be 50,000 just like him in lansdowne next week... he’s a trendsetter...
— Skinny Doll (@theskinnydoll) February 3, 2018
Jerseys for a rugby match? Groundbreaking.