Julie Goodwin, 51, (pictured) of MasterChef Australia poked fun at herself on Friday by sharing this photo of herself modeling an orange pair of trousers she bought online, comparing her look to a bollard

Julie Goodwin of MasterChef Australia suffers an unfortunate fashion mistake

MasterChef Australia’s Julie Goodwin suffers an unfortunate fashion mistake – after viewers make tacky jokes about THAT spoon-themed necklace

Buyer’s regrets happen to the best of us.

And MasterChef AustraliaJulie Goodwin, 51, proved she’s no exception on Friday when she fooled herself for buying neon orange pants online.

The chef posted to Instagram and uploaded a photo of himself in the gruesome pants on the MasterChef set, posing next to a bollard painted the exact same shade of orange.

Julie Goodwin, 51, (pictured) of MasterChef Australia poked fun at herself on Friday by sharing this photo of herself modeling an orange pair of trousers she bought online, comparing her look to a bollard

“And this, kids, is why we don’t buy pants online. #MasterChefAU @masterchefau #DressedAsABollard,” she joked in the caption.

The rest of Julie’s outfit — black shoes and a black-and-white striped shirt — also seemed to match the bollard, which had a black base and a white placard on top with black tape.

“Thank god you have a sense of humor,” commented one fan.

The rest of Julie's outfit — black shoes and a black-and-white striped shirt — also seemed to match the bollard, which had a black base and a black-and-white sign taped to the top.

The rest of Julie’s outfit — black shoes and a black-and-white striped shirt — also seemed to match the bollard, which had a black base and a black-and-white sign taped to the top.

“I honestly believe they suit your sunny, quirky and fun personality!” added another.

It comes days after Julie made headlines for her unique jewelry choice on Tuesday’s episode.

Eagle-eyed fans couldn’t help but notice that the chef wore a necklace with a small spoon-shaped pendant.

It comes days after Julie made headlines for her unique jewelry choice on Tuesday's episode

It comes days after Julie made headlines for her unique jewelry choice on Tuesday’s episode

While the necklace was clearly a tribute to her love of cooking – and no reasonable person would think otherwise – similar accessories are sometimes associated with drug use.

Daily Mail Australia is not suggesting the chain is a ‘snuff spoon’.

The vast majority of people who wear such necklaces – including Julie – simply make it as a fashion statement and the spoon serves no practical purpose.

Fans couldn't help but notice that Julie wore a necklace with a tiny spoon-shaped pendant.  While the necklace was clearly a tribute to her love of cooking - and no reasonable person would think otherwise - similar accessories are sometimes associated with drug use.

Fans couldn’t help but notice that Julie wore a necklace with a tiny spoon-shaped pendant. While the necklace was clearly a tribute to her love of cooking – and no reasonable person would think otherwise – similar accessories are sometimes associated with drug use.

The vast majority of people who wear necklaces like this - Julie included - simply do so as a fashion statement and the spoon serves no practical purpose.

The vast majority of people who wear necklaces like this – Julie included – simply do so as a fashion statement and the spoon serves no practical purpose.

Julie is known for wearing unusual food-inspired jewelry on screen.

In recent episodes, the gourmand sported designs such as a chili necklace, pizza earrings and a pendant inspired by a slice of lemon.

Julie makes these jewelry by hand and sells them under the brand name Lemonade Art, via her website Julie’s place

Julie is known for wearing unusual food-inspired jewelry on screen.  In recent episodes, the foodie wore designs such as a chili necklace (pictured) and pizza earrings and a pendant inspired by a slice of lemon.

Julie is known for wearing unusual food-inspired jewelry on screen. In recent episodes, she wore designs such as a chili necklace (pictured) and pizza earrings

Lemonade Art is all made by hand and no piece is the same. Using polymer clay, ceramics, resin, glass and recycled objects along with high quality findings, these earrings, brooches and pendants are truly one of a kind,” her website states.

‘Perfect for gifts, or to make a statement in any outfit.’

Known for her hearty home recipes, Julie defeated runner-up Poh Ling Yeow in 2009 season one of MasterChef Australia.

Known for her hearty home recipes, Julie famously defeated runner-up Poh Ling Yeow (right) in season one of MasterChef Australia in 2009

Known for her hearty home recipes, Julie famously defeated runner-up Poh Ling Yeow (right) in season one of MasterChef Australia in 2009

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