Gossip Girl definitely wouldn’t approve of this fashion faux pas.
Fans are roasting Blake Lively’s latest look while in character as Lily Bloom on the set of the forthcoming movie adaptation of Colleen Hoover’s bestselling novel “It Ends With Us.”
Lively, who plays the redheaded florist, was snapped while filming in Hoboken, New Jersey wearing not one but two pairs of pants for her quirky look.
Folks on TikTok were in an uproar about the ensemble, which sees Lively wearing patterned boxers pulled up above her belly button with equally bold pantaloons.
“Uh what,” the TikTok account @chaitealattesandchilton asked, sharing photos of Lively as Lily wearing both pants, metallic pointy-toed boots and an oversized mustard pleather blazer over a striped button-down.
“Every photo that’s released just keeps getting worse and worse,” one commenter complained. “This feels like a prank now,” another mused.
“Where in the books did it say Lily wore multiple pairs of pants?” one questioned.
“THE BOXERS ARE A HATE CRIME,” a TikTokker yelled as another asked, “WHO IS THE FASHION STYLIST FOR THIS MOVIE?!?”
In another shot from the movie shared on TikTok, the “Gossip Girl” alum wears camouflage pants with brown boots and a white crop top – and allows another pair of colorful patterned boxers to peek out.
One person wrote, “the way they managed to make blake look hideous is crazy to me.”
Lively’s casting has been controversial since the get-go, as readers imagined a younger natural redhead in the role.
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When the mom of four teased her role by debuting darker hair on Instagram in January, fans quickly spoke out. “Y’all should’ve casted a legit ginger,” one person tweeted.
Other TikTokkers called for a younger redheaded actress to be cast instead since “these pictures from production are making it worse.”
One account suggested “Fate: The Winx Saga” Netflix star Abigail Cowen, 25, which proved to be a popular choice on social media.
It remains to be seen if the outraged fans will show their support when the movie hits theaters.