Student, 18, is left baffled after a £28 dress she ordered online turned out to be TOTALLY see-through – and so tiny it looks ‘like a leg-warmer’
- Jodie Howard, 18, ordered the neon dress after seeing an advert on Instagram
- The student, from Dublin, managed to get in the outfit but it was see through
- Video has been viewed more than 334,000 times and she said it was ‘hilarious’
A student was left in hysterics after a £28 dress that she ordered online arrived in a tiny parcel, and was ‘completely see through.’
Jodie Howard, 18, from Dublin, documented her reaction to the yellow dress on Twitter, that she had ordered after seeing an advert on Instagram.
The health and fitness student showed the alarmingly tiny package that the garment from US-based website Lux Noire in, which was the first hint it was not going to be quite what she’d hoped for.
She then laughed even more as she turned the camera around to show the dress that was so narrow it was hard to believe anyone could fit inside the material.
Student Jodie Howard, pictured in the dress, ordered the garment online and said she found it ‘hilarious’ when it arrived in a tiny parcel and was ‘completely see through’
Jodie had spotted the dress, pictured on a model, in an advert on Instagram and ordered it from fashion site Lux Noire for £28 (€33) including shipping
Jodie said getting the tight dress on was a ‘bit difficult’ as it was so small.
She said: ‘My mam and I had a laugh trying to get it on, and found it hilarious when I finally got it on, as it was completely see through.’
Jodie told Dublin Live that although she shops ‘online occasionally’ this was the first time that something arrived looking ‘completely different to the photo.’
It took two weeks for the Neon Bandage Dress to arrive after placing the order from website Luxe Noire, and cost £28 (€33) including shipping.
Jodie, pictured, couldn’t stop laughing in her video of the dress and said this was the first time that she ordered something and it arrived looking ‘completely different to the photo’
The yellow dress, pictured, was extremely narrow and small when taken out of the tiny parcel
The student also revealed that she should have known something wasn’t quite right, as her bank sent her a message questioning whether the transaction may be fraudulent.
Since posting the hilarious clip to Twitter yesterday, Jodie’s video has been viewed more than 334,000 times and has 24,000 likes.
Hundreds of people commented on the video with some saying they had similar problems when ordering off Instagram stores.
Other online shoppers commented on the video empathising with Jodie’s dress situation
One person wrote: ‘OMG exact same thing happened me with a bikini off that website.’
Another said: ‘That’s so funny but I’d be fuming. My hard earned money for a a leg warmer.’
While another added: ‘Wouldn’t even of went round my ankle never mind my whole body.’
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