Big Bash League commentator Andrew ‘Andy’ Maher suffered a fashion faux pas on Saturday.
The 56-year-old missed the mark with after he paired long white socks with his suit pants and white button-up shirt during a live television appearance.
The sports reporter’s socks were on full display while his legs were folded as he sat beside cricketer Brian Lara and cricket coach Brad Hodge while hosting Channel Seven’s cricket coverage.
Oh dear: Sports commentator Andrew ‘Andy’ Maher, 56, (left) suffered a fashion faux pas by wearing long white socks during live broadcast on Saturday. Pictured (left) with Trinidadian cricketer Brian Lara, 51, (centre) and cricket coach Brad Hodge (right)
Viewers not impressed with his choice of fashion took to Twitter to joke about his look.
‘What is it with those socks Andy Maher?’ one viewer asked.
A second commented: ‘[The socks] have to be a Christmas gift I reckon.’
Fashion faux pas: One Twitter fan suggested the stocks may have been a Christmas gift
Andy is no stranger using his fashion to make bold statements.
He previously shared a photo of him wearing orange Carlton Football Club socks along with the hashtag: ‘CarltonRespects’.
Earlier this month, Channel Seven announced cricket legends Sunil Gavaskar and Brian Lar would be joining Andy Maher in the commentary box.
Statement-maker: He previously shared a photo of him wearing orange Carlton Football Club socks along with the hashtag: ‘CarltonRespects’
Company: Earlier this month, Channel Seven announced cricket legends Sunil Gavaskar and Brian Lar would be joining Andy in the commentary box during its 2020-21 summer schedule
Former Aussie stars Michael Slater, Damien Fleming and Simon Katich will also return as expert commentators.
Since 2015, Andrew has co-hosted AFL talk show, The Front Bar, alongside hosts Mick Molloy and Sam Pang.
In February it was revealed comedian Andy Lee would be joining the program as an occasional guest on the panel.
New role: It comes as Seven also revealed Andy Lee (second left) will be joining Andrew (right) on his AFL talk show, The Front Bar. Pictured with co-stars Sam Pang (left), Mick Molloy (second right)