"Bachelor" contestant Victoria Larson wore a puff-sleeved floral dress during the Monday night episode's cocktail party, but it did not sit well with fans on Twitter.
The dress "Bachelor" contestant Victoria Larson wore for the cocktail party on Monday night's episode of the show has riled up a host of angry comments from fans on Twitter.
Larson, who is fighting to win Matt James' heart on the show, wore a puff-sleeved floral dress that featured ruched details and a cutout at the bust. Her bra straps were also visible while she donned the outfit.
Matt James' during an interview with ET’s Lauren Zima | Photo: Youtube / Entertainment Tonight
Former "Bachelor" star J.P. Rosenbaum joined many to criticize the outfit. In a tweet, he said he is not a style guru but that Larson's dress is the worst decision ever made in the show's history.
One fan who was irritated by Larson's visible bra straps wondered if the show's producers could cover it up and criticized the reality TV star for not taking the time to find the right bra.
'Bachelor' Contestant Victoria Larson at Monday's episode's cocktail party. | Photo: Youtube/Bachelor Nation
Another viewer said that it had gotten to the point where Larson should be taken off from the show because of her dress choices.
Larson left college before her graduation and went on a self-discovery path.
28-year-old Larson is a self-titled queen and the founder of two companies, JetSetGlo, and Vikki Larson Beauty. The former is a mobile spray tanning company for jet setters.
Larson recently outgrew jet setting and is a certified Pilates instructor. She is also a health coach and real estate agent. Larson has also worked as a flight attendant on private planes.
Larson resides in Los Angeles but is a New York native. She attended Florida State University on a full academic scholarship. There, she became interested in health and wellness.
However, Larson left college before her graduation and went on a self-discovery path. She recently returned to her education and is currently pursuing a health coach training program.
Larson arrived on her first "Bachelor's" night sitting on a royal chair while being carried by four attendants. She is searching for a man who would not be controlling in any manner and has her eyes set on James, who she sees as her ideal match.
Monday night's episode of the show ended with a cliffhanger with James checking on contestant Sarah Trott, who began to feel dizzy midway through the rose ceremony. "Bachelor" returns next Monday at 8 p.m. on ABC.