An ASOS customer was left in stitches when the £75 coat she ordered online didn’t quite give her the look she was expecting.
Eve Curran ordered the ASOS Design croc vinyl trench coat, which is available in brown and white, with the online description stating the ‘mock-croc design’ is regular fit and ‘true to size’.
But when Eve got her hands on the new winter wear and tried it on, she felt slightly overwhelmed by the huge fit of the coat and shared hilarious comparison pictures on Twitter, as reported by Daily Star.
She posted side-by-side images of how the coat had appeared on the website and how it looked on her when she tried it on in front of the mirror in her bedroom, with the caption: “Expectation vs reality.”
Both Eve and her followers saw the funny side of the latest addition to her wardrobe, with the post gaining more than 200 likes as one person commented to say: “Naw Eve I laughed so much,” as she replied: “Hahahaha how funny is that.”
Eve isn’t the only online shopper to have been left in hysterics by a questionable purchase after a Zara customer’s embarrassing experience with a pair of the shop’s faux leather trousers went viral, racking up more than four million views.
TikTok user Julia Leonard was left mortified when she visited a restaurant with her family, only to discover her new trousers came with a very awkward design flaw.
She explains that as they were leaving the restaurant, her sister dropped her phone and she bent down to pick it up, only for her trousers to let out a noise only comparable to loudly breaking wind.
Julia uploaded hilarious videos proving it was not an unfortunate isolated incident by repeatedly squatting down to demonstrate the noise as a warning to others.