ORDERING clothes online is always a bit of a gamble.
But when you're splashing out some serious cash for a dress, you'd expect it to be somewhat similar to the pictures online.
This fashion lover got more than they bargained for when they ordered a black cut-out style dress from Rui for £254.
What they received looked pretty similar to the online pictures… just a lot smaller.
They shared the fail on twitter: "So I thought I was ordering a dress… Turns out I spent $300 on a sleeve. Wtf."
The knitted dress was described as having 'cut-out detailing', 'bead embellishment' and an 'asymmetric neckline'.
Read more on fashion
I’m a fashion expert and you need to stop dressing your age, it’s outdated
Kendall’s fury after being slammed for the dress she wore to friend’s wedding
She added: "The price was too good to be true.
"But am I hallucinating at the word DRESS in the title?"
The brand does also sell similar looking knitted sleeves, for the cheaper price of £156.
The pictures of the dress and sleeves look incredibly similar, so it's no surprise that there was a mix-up.
Most read in Fabulous
I have SEVEN kids under 3 – it takes ages just to get them out of the car
I'm 51 and spent £2.5k to get a Kim Kardashian bum, says Saira Khan
Woman shares ‘genius’ way to get free drinks all summer but causes outrage
I bought Pretty Little Thing and Boohoo bikinis but they barely contained me
Nonetheless, the fashion lover was left disappointed, since they were expecting a full outfit and were left with a fraction of that, literally.
The tweet racked up a lot of attention, securing 156k likes and countless rewteets.
People couldn't believe she'd ended up with just sleeves for what she paid.
One joked that she "ordered a sleeveless dress and they sent a dressless sleeve."
Another wrote: "You better squeeze yourself into that dress sleeve… $300?!"
Read More on The Sun
Michelle Heaton in tears on Loose Women over rehab letter from husband
RAF jets escorting plane over London sparks panic – but there’s an explanation
A third said: "I would've been on the phone with customer service so fast, I want a full refund!"
Another Twitter user joked: "You’re supposed to put it in water so it’ll expand."
Source: Read Full Article