HANDS up if you've ever ordered an item of clothing online, only for it to arrive and look completely different to what you'd anticipated.
Well, you're not alone…because a woman named Hannah Millington experienced exactly that when she ordered a wedding guest dress from ASOS.
In a clip shared to TikTok (@hannahmillington), she explained how she placed an order for the dusty pink 'ASOS edition ruched batwing midi dress in satin,' which retails at £95.
Despite leaving it until the last minute, Hannah, like many, assumed that with such a hefty price tag, the dress would be totally faultless.
Only, when it finally arrived, just two days before she was due to fly to America for a wedding, she was left gobsmacked…for all the wrong reasons.
Slipping into the rather unflattering dress in question, it appeared to be made from a cheap-looking satin material and looked rather different to the picture on the retailer's website.
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It wasn't long before the post garnered an impressive 34k views, with many left gobsmacked by the expensive price of the dress.
"£95 is a red flag," wrote one.
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A second penned: "I’ve had some disasters with ASOS lately."
A third commented: "I gasped. This is hilarious!"
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Meanwhile, a fourth added: "ASOS did you dirty!"
A further sympathised: "I’m so sorry this happened to you."
Another chimed in: "ASOS are the worst for this."
A further added: "Sorry but 95 squid for a dress???? Nooo! Check out the charity shops, beautiful bargains in there."
And one more pointed out: "£95???? I’d be raging!"
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