A fashion-loving teacher was left red-faced when she realized she had made a major wardrobe malfunction.
Hayley (@teachingnreallife) remembered teaching children at school and going to church all day while feeling like something was wrong.
The second grader took to TikTok to desperately ask for advice after wearing a sheer pink dress.
She has over 3,000 followers who are usually inspired by the trendy outfits she wears to work.
Hayley said: “I have never needed a community of teachers or teachers to share their experiences more than I do today.”
“Because not only am I the kind of teacher who obviously accidentally wears slightly see-through dresses, but I’m also the kind of teacher who doesn’t notice until 3 p.m. when they’re letting their kids out in the parking lot.
“When I put this dress on this morning, I obviously couldn’t tell that it was see-through, it was dark and I was in my room.
“I’ve worn this dress so many times. I put on my underwear and went about my business.
“I cut off duty in the morning, so I’m outside and then I go to the classroom. We’re going to church.”
Hayley explained that she has a spiritual role at the church that requires her to bow at the altar while the congregation watches from behind.
She said that even though she played the role every day, something didn’t feel right.
“I thought there was something on my face,” Hayley said.
“Being a body of Christ, I feel like it feels different, but okay, I guess they’re kind of making fun of me.
“We go back to school and I hear two older students talking about me. They said my name and I kind of thought…” she shrugged.
“I said, okay, I’m just a little paranoid and they’re probably kidding, I just don’t look good today.
“I thought that happened and then I carry on all day.
“Our special is at the end of the day, so I take the kids to recess.
“I pick them up, I take them to lunch, I walk with them through the lunch line a little bit.
“I’ll go up and eat my own lunch. I go about my day as if nothing is wrong.
“Like I don’t wear a dress that’s not see-through, but not see-through, like it’s too see-through, most people would say.
“I personally would say as the person wearing it.
“I spend all day going to the bathroom at 2:15 p.m. when my kids go to art, and that was the first time I’d been to the bathroom that day.
“And suddenly I feel like the light shining in here, I see things I’d rather not see through my dress.
“So then I texted my friends and afterward I had to get the kids out and they were like, ‘Oh yeah, I think just with the light it’s kind of transparent.’
“Then I freak out, it feels like I’ve been through the whole day and now I know why everyone is talking about me and it’s really embarrassing.
“I have to go for a follow-up, one of my friends says, ‘Oh, I saw you, but it was in the afternoon, I didn’t know what to tell you.'”
Hayley said people tried to reassure her that everyone has fashion mishaps.
She said: “I have to go back to school tomorrow and have my Eucharistic service.
“I don’t know how to deal with what I’ve done.”
Commenters sympathized with Hayley and many shared their own shameful fashion failures.
One person wrote: “I bought a see-through skirt and didn’t notice it at all.
“Luckily my daughter said something before we left the house. I had no idea!”
Another said: “On my first day as a teacher I bled through my pants. I literally didn’t have time to go to the bathroom.”
A third added: “My boob fell out of my bra and I didn’t realize it until two hours later when I went outside and felt the breeze.”
A fourth commented: “The zipper on my skirt broke on the first day of class and I peeked into the hallway and my principal was there. She hooked me up with staples.”