Teen Mom Chelsea Houska slammed by fans for promoting 'ugly' jacket and jeans

TEEN Mom star Chelsea Houska has been slammed by fans for promoting an "ugly" outfit.

The MTV star took to her Instagram stories on Saturday to do a try-on haul of some of the latest additions to her wardrobe.


But some fans were not impressed with Chelsea's choice of clothing, with some branding the outfits "ugly" and slamming the star's "atrocious" style.

The dark-haired TV personality modeled an array of various clothing for her followers, including a bright yellow t-shirt and cycling shorts, which she teamed with a baseball cap and sandals.

Next, she slipped into a pair of grey denim jeans and a figure-hugging white top, which she teamed with a blue studded jacket.

The TV star told her fans she was "obsessed" with the look before moving on to a third outfit.

This time, Chelsea wore a pair of ripped denim jeans and a smart black top, which she paired with a green jacket featuring silver stud detail.

"OMG I love," she told fans, adding: "These jeans are so cute."

But some fans were unimpressed by the choice of outfit and flocked to Reddit to share their thoughts.

One fan declared: "That is the fugliest jacket that I have ever seen in my life."

Another wrote: "Maybe it’s my age but honestly those ripped jeans are absolutely ugly. I’m sorry I know it’s the style and people pay money for these but damn just cut your old jeans. I still don’t like them or think they are fashionable but to each is own."

"I just see ugly denim," another fan said, while another added: "Her style is atrocious."

Not everyone agreed though, as one person penned: "I love those jeans

Chelsea's post comes shortly after she was left stunned by husband Cole DeBoer after he surprised her with an incredible 30th birthday gift. 

Cole set up an elaborate surprise in a barn, covering it in rose petals while their last name, DeBoer, flashed in big marquee lights. 

The pair enjoyed a romantic dance to the country love song We Danced by Brad Paisley.

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