Jourdan Dunn regrets wearing a "bright yellow" jumper to a modelling audition - even though she landed the job.
The 25-year-old supermodel - who was scouted at 15 years old whilst window shopping in Primark - admitted that her biggest fashion faux pas was a Punkyfish striped blazer, which she paired with matching All Star Converse trainers to a model casting.
Speaking to the Metro newspaper about her bold style that shocked agents, the 5ft11 beauty said: "It was a Punkyfish blazer. It was black and had yellow and green stripes, And a bright yellow hoody.
"I had an Afro then and wore it to an audition with yellow Converse. The agency was like, 'What the hell? But on the flip side it worked as I stood out and got the job."
The mother-of-one - who launched her unisex childrenswear range for Marks and Spencer last week - has also revealed that her style inspiration whilst she was growing up was largely influenced by her brothers.
She said: "I wasn't much of a girly girl. I wanted to look cute but I had two younger brothers, so I wanted to be with the boys as well and would wear really baggy jeans and show my boxers."