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Shopper mocks ASOS over £350 dress that ’looks like a sack of onions’

Shopper mocks ASOS over £350 dress that ’looks like a sack of onions’

Shopper mocks ASOS over £350 dress that ’looks like a sack of onions’


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Aug 02, 2019: It’s no secret that online retailers such as ASOS sometimes sell rather strange items of clothing.

From flame trainers that look like Chandler’s ones in Friends to buckle up bikinis, they’ve got it all.

 

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But shoppers have just stumbled across another interesting item - much to their own amusement.

The garment in question is the Elissa Poppy Lacetex Slip dress, which was originally put online for £350, but is now in the sale for £210.


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What’s so unusual about this dress you ask?

Well, according to people on Twitter it looks a lot like a sack of onions.

This is because the mesh design is completely see-through, just like the red netting you find around onions.


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A baffled Twitter user named Jay Sharif, shared a photo of the dress and a bag of onions on Twitter.

He wrote: "350 for a dress that looks like onion bag sack allow that. #dress #wtf #asos #onalevel #ripped."

If all that wasn’t already weird enough, the dress also happens to have a lace-up back that goes all the way down and ties at the bottom with a ribbon, because why not?

And just as you’d expect it’s not the easiest thing to wear.

According to the ASOS website, those who purchase one of the pricey dresses are advised to "apply talcum powder" if they want to get it on with ease.

Though if you’re into this look, it might interest you to know, that the designer also makes a range of underwear.

We’ll leave you now with the thought of latex thongs...


Courtesy:mirror.co.uk


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