Miss Croatia wears revealing outfit at World Cup game despite Qatar's dress code 9 months ago

Miss Croatia wears revealing outfit at World Cup game despite Qatar's dress code

It's not the first time she's captured eyeballs at the World Cup

A Croatian model decided to wear a revealing dress to her country's recent World Cup match despite Qatar's strict dress code.


Model Ivana Knoll - who has previously been crowned as Miss Croatia - posed for pics in a revealing red and white dress while at Croatia's match against Canada on Sunday, with her shoulders and knees fully exposed.

This is despite Qatar's strict approach to clothing, with the country's tourism page stating that both men and women are "expected to show respect for local culture by avoiding excessively revealing clothing in public."

In a post on Instagram, Knoll revealed the outfit she chose to wear to Croatia's game against Canada at the Khalifa International Stadium.

She'll have left the stadium in high spirits as well, with Croatia coming from behind to beat the Canadians 4-1 in a convincing win.


This isn't the first time that Knoll has captured attention at the tournament.

Last week, she attended Croatia's opening World Cup match against Morocco and made headlines for her Croatian flag-inspired dress.

She also launched a brutal attack against the Qatari organisers, labelling the tournament as the "worst organisation in history."

In a post on social media, she said: "This is a disaster! I feel sorry for all the people who can't go to the World Cup because of the worst organisation in history.


"My entourage didn't get a Hayya card even after 20 days, even though they have all the tickets to the final.

"It's clear why so many people didn't even want to participate in this circus!"

She then angered people by posting a video in a revealing outfit, with some people accusing her of being disrespectful towards the local culture.

Croatia's final group game is on Thursday. They take on Belgium at 3 pm at the Ahmed bin Ali Stadium as both teams look to secure their place in the last 16 of the tournament.