"This is what we call a condom dress."
Urfi Javed turned heads in a bralette and see-through trousers.
The Bigg Boss OTT star has become known for her bold outfit choices and is often trolled as a result.
Her latest look was no different.
At an event held at a hotel in Worli, Mumbai, Urfi attracted a lot of attention.
The 24-year-old was seen wearing a sequinned lilac bralette and completely see-through PVC trousers.
She paired the unique look with statement platform heels.
Urfi opted for bold eyeliner and glossy lips while her nails matched the colour of her outfit.
Her hair was tied into a loose ponytail, allowing for a few strands to fall down her forehead.
Urfi appeared confident in her outfit, posing for the paparazzi.
The pictures of her outfit went viral and unsurprisingly, netizens took to the comments section to troll Urfi.
One user said: “Crossed the limit. RIP your dress sense.”
“She definitely has a fashion college student as her stylist. Doing it all wrong all the time.”
A third person asked: “Who is her dress designer?”
One person commented: “Next dress invisible dress.”
Many pointed out the plastic trousers and wondered if they were waterproof.
Some even compared Urfi’s outfit to a condom.
One person said: “Condom dress.”
A second agreed: “This is what we call a condom dress.”
Just a few weeks prior, Urfi Javed raised eyebrows with a dress made out of safety pins.
The completely see-through dress was worn over Urfi’s black lingerie.
In an Instagram post, Urfi said: “This dress is made entirely out of safety pins!!
“Yes! Took us 3 days but look at this?
“Thank you Geeta Jaiswal for helping me with my crazy ideas!”
While Urfi is frequently trolled for her outfits, she stated that the comments do not affect her.
She said: “I feel like trolling those trolls.
“It doesn’t really affect me because when you rise up in your career, it doesn’t matter what people below you are saying.
“For me, the voices of the trolls faint down. Hence, I don’t listen to those people.”
Urfi Javed has been open about her life choices and revealed that she struggled to get a break in the industry, admitting that it left her traumatised.
She previously said: “I was a girl who was told that girls should not have their voice.
“I was from a conservative Muslim family where they only think about their daughters getting married.
“I was not supposed to talk in front of males and I had to wear only full clothes, totally covered from head to toe.”