Jodie Weston is used to being judged because of her glamorous appearance.
So the Rich Kids Go Skint star decided to carry out a social experiment when pubs opened again.
She planned two very different nights out to see how members of the public would react to her.
The 27-year-old told the Daily Star: “I love seeing how people treat me when I’m dressed in different looks.
“It’s fun to analyse people's reactions or see if they judge you solely by your exterior appearance.
“I like to dress up for myself so I can look in the mirror and be happy with how I look, I don’t do it for any one else.”
For the first look, Jodie dressed up to the nines before going to a posh cocktail garden in Mayfair.
She said: “I wore a sexy but sophisticated sparkly playsuit and took out one of my Moschino handbags and went for more of a glam girl vibe.”
Then to switch things up, Jodie headed out to a beer garden in East London wearing baggy loungewear.
She revealed: “I wore a brown loungewear jumpsuit that had a high neckline and a faux fur pink gilet.”
The influencer and DJ, from London, was staggered at how differently she was treated depending on her appearance.
While men were more interested in her fancy outfit, she didn’t seem to impress other women who were in the bar.
Speaking about her Mayfair look, Jodie said: “My friend and I actually got our entire drinks order paid for by an older gentleman who said that ‘gorgeous girls like us deserve to be treated to the finer things in life’.
“He asked us if we wanted a lift home in his Lamborghini and invited us sailing around St Tropez with him and his wife who are apparently in an open relationship and she would likely fancy us as well.
“I did get some dirty looks off women in Mayfair but I always say girls are their own worst enemy.
“They make it easy for men to think they can get away with treating girls badly.
“It’s not like I went out in a Borat Mankini or just a thong is it?!”
Jodie was probably relieved not to anger any women down the pub.
But unfortunately, she flew completely under the radar when she didn’t get glammed up.
She said: “Whilst I still got some looks dressed in my loungewear at the pub, I wasn’t approached by anyone other than one man asking me ‘do you know where the toilets are love?’”
It’s safe to say the reality TV star won’t be adopting this laid-back look anytime soon.
Jodie added: “I don’t think I will ever change the way I am because adapting to social norms is not part of my DNA.
“I feel suffocated when I can’t be myself and think it’s important to be happy and accepting of who you are.
“I’ve come so far on my own terms to start adapting now.
“Although I have come accustomed to a bit of loungewear loving during the pandemic, I still need the heels and the sparkles and cleavage for the night out vibes.”
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