You’ll certainly catch someone’s eye! Shoppers are left ‘lost for words’ by glow-in-the-dark stickers being sold as a VERY revealing ‘top’ by ASOS
- ASOS shoppers have been left baffled by Nipztix by Neva Nude on retailer’s site
- Product been branded a ‘top’ despite being comprised of star-shaped stickers
- Many took to social media to criticise idea of going out with stickers on breasts
ASOS shoppers have slammed the online retailer for selling a very revealing ‘top’ – made of barely-there stickers.
Nipztix by Neva Nude, which was initially priced at £10 but is currently on sale for £8.10, glow in the dark and can be applied to your chest – but leave very little to the imagination.
And it wasn’t long before the product found its way onto social media, with many left baffled by the garment.
”So what you selling.. Jacket, Jean shorts….. No, no we’re selling stickers that you pretend are a ‘top” wrote one.’ All for body positive etc, but you’re going out with just stickers on your boobs… Surely wtf.’
ASOS shoppers have slammed the online retailer for selling a very revealing ‘sticker top’ by brand Neva Nude
Taking to Twitter, one person penned: ‘Lost for words… WTF. You’re actually selling a packet of stickers as a top’ (pictured)
A second commented: ‘Lost for words… WTF. You’re actually selling a packet of stickers as a top,’ wrote one, while a second commented:
The description alongside the brand reads: ‘Female-owned and operated, US brand Neva Nude brings us Nipztix – a range of ‘fabric stickers that stick to your nips’ (their words, not ours).’
‘Made in sunny Santa Monica from swimsuit material and hypoallergenic, latex-free adhesive, Nipztix nipple covers come in a range of sizes and designs.
‘And by “range of designs”, we mean everything from sequin seashells to glow-in-the-dark stars – so great.
The glow in the dark stickers, which can be applied to your chest, were initially priced at £10.00, but are currently in the sale for £8.10 (pictured)
And it’s not the first time the online retailer has been ridiculed for its unusual garments.
Last year, shoppers were left amused after spotting a see-through dress on the site that looked as if it’s made from bubble wrap.
The ‘Jaded London all over sequin mesh beach dress,’ which was on sale for £68, was described online as ‘sweet looks from the ground up’ from ‘super-cool’ Jaded London.
But shoppers wasted no time taking to social media to criticise the garment, calling it a ‘major shopping fail’, while another suggested the brand ‘needs to look at their products’.
Shoppers were stunned by the sheer dress, which was listed online as £68, and compared it to ‘ bubble wrap’
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