Influencer left mortified after red carpet wardrobe malfunction is pointed out
Tefi Pessoa wore a £785 velvet dress designed by Silvia Astore for Annie’s Ibiza to the premiere of the film Dune – but realised afterwards she had put her outfit on wrong
A YouTuber says she’s “freaking out” after sharing photos of herself on the red carpet for a movie premiere – only to be told she had put her leg through the wrong hole of her dress.
Tefi Pessoa had attended the release of Dune in London and posted clips of herself at the event where she spoke in front of the cameras and interviewed stars including Timothée Chalamet, Zendaya and Jason Momoa.
The influencer wore a £785 velvet dress designed by Silvia Astore for Annie’s Ibiza, which appeared to feature a large oval shaped cut out on one side.
But it was only after posting on social media that it was pointed out to Tefi that her leg was actually supposed to go through the hole when she put it on – and her hilarious reaction has gone viral.
In a video posted to Tefi’s @Hellotefi TikTok account, she says: “Guys, I’m freaking out. Thank you so much for the support but I’m freaking out because I just found out that my leg was supposed to go through the stupid freaking hole.
“I was on the carpet and I didn’t know. My leg was supposed to go through the freaking hole, why can’t I dress myself? I’m an adult.
“When I tell you I could die. I’m just… I’m gonna order pizza.
“I just want to apologise. I know that I can dress myself, if you just give me one more chance.”
She then shared an image of the dress being modelled correctly on the Annie’s Ibiza Instagram page as she burst out laughing, and the video has been viewed nearly four million times.
It’s gained thousands of comments as people offered support, with one writing: “Omg it’s okay YOU PULLED IT OFF!”
A second said: “You know what? You made it your own”, and a third commented: “No I literally thought that was such a cute detail stop.”
Another added: “Wait LMFAOOO I thought it was so cool, I was like only Tefi could invent a new style like this. What an icon. I love it.”