I was worried my outfit for Qatar World Cup pool party would be inappropriate – but I could have been MORE revealing | The Sun

A MODEL was worried her outfit for a pool party in Qatar was inappropriate – but it turned out other women were wearing much less.

World Class Bikini Model 2022 winner Cassandra Wallace went shopping for a "conservative" once-piece costume to wear poolside at a resort in Doha for the 2022 World Cup.

In a TikTok video, Ms Wallace said it turned out almost everyone else was in a bikini.

She said: “Totally didn't know what was appropriate to wear poolside in Doha, Qatar.

"I hit the local mall and got this beauty. although I went with a conservative suit, almost everyone else was in a bikini."

Viewers of her social media had commented that it was a nice choice.

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“You look amazing, be careful over there my friend,” the Instagram follower said.

Qatar has regulations over what residents and visitors can and cannot wear.

Most public attire regulations are considered conservative, but when on private property the rules are relaxed.

As for beaches, most of them in Doha are owned by hotels, hence you can wear your bikini or another swimsuit that you have.

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The only beach not owned by a hotel and is a public place is the Katara Beach, where the dress code does apply.

More parties are expected to take place as the Fifa World Cup Qatar 2022 carries on into its later stages.

World Cup fans risk being slapped with huge fines or even put behind bars if they flash their shoulder or midriffs in public spaces.

Men risk fines if their jeans, athletic or chino shorts do not cover the knee.

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