SHE wanted to pay homage to the classic chick flick Easy A with her Halloween costume.
But Almmaii's ensemble didn't quite go to plan, as she explained in a video on her TikTok page.
Almmaii had referenced the film's storyline – about a 17-year-old high school student who stitches a red A onto her top while embracing her new provocative reputation – in her outfit, which consisted of a black corset top with the A on one side.
She teamed it with a pair of black jeans.
However, Almmaii's teeny cleavage meant that people who weren't familiar with Easy A thought she was referencing her lack of bust.
"When your costume was supposed to be from the movie Easy A but people thought you got dressed as an A cup," she wrote over the video.
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"Lol true story," she wrote in the caption.
"But the Easy A reference is so obvious," one person commented on the video.
"I instantly knew what it was," another added.
As a third wrote: "I'm sorry but if they don't understand that reference they are missing out big time!"
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But others admitted they wouldn't have been aware of what Almmaii was referencing with her outfit.
"I thought Alvin from the chipmunks," one mused.
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As another added: "I thought you were dressing as A from Pretty Little Liars."
"I personally thought you were on Team Rocket and I was about to take that costume idea," a third laughed.
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