A FASHIONISTA has joked that her denim jumpsuit should’ve come with a warning after it failed most hilariously.
She had been hoping to channel style icon Daisy Jones with the 70s-inspired jumpsuit bought from Asos.
A TikToker has gone viral after complaining about a recent purchase from online clothing retailer AsosTikTok/2_girls_1_pup
The TikToker had hoped to channel the fictional character Daisy Jones with her 70s-inspired jumpsuitTikTok/2_girls_1_pup
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One of the women took a break from ranting about failed relationships to explain why she thinks “Asos sizing is unwell.”
She spoke animatedly about a jumpsuit bought as part of her recent shopping haul in a video titled “A Formal Complaint to Asos.”
“This is a message for the clothes sizer of Asos,” she said. “I have a bone to pick with you.”
She shared a photo of Asos Design’s denim power stretch halterneck jumpsuit which was $69.99 but is currently out of stock.
“So I find this stunning denim jumpsuit on Asos,” she continued. “It’s giving 70s glamour, it’s giving Daisy Jones.
“The reviews say it comes up quite small. I’m normally a 10 [US 6] but I’m thinking to get a 12 [US 8].
“I’m like 5ft 8ins, I should be fine right?”
The fashionista held up the denim jumpsuit to show that it was excessively long before putting it on to continue making her point.
“Oh no, I was not fine,” she said. “For a height comparison, the legs are on the floor.”
She pulled at the loose fabric around her bust but said it wasn’t too much of a problem that it was slightly too big.
However, she was in disbelief over the length of the jumpsuit as she showed the bottoms dragging on the floor.
“I don’t know if they are retargeting their demographic and going after only Swedish supermodels,” she raged.
“I don’t know anyone who has a torso this long.
“Where is my foot?” she said while pulling up one leg of the jumpsuit.
The TikToker was horrified by how the length of the denim jumpsuit after ordering one size bigger than what she usually wearsTikTok/2_girls_1_pup
“The jumpsuit should come with a warning that it will trigger body dysmorphia because that was unwell,” she added.
She tagged Asos in the caption of the post alongside hashtags that helped the video reach over 14,000 viewers.
“@Asos why do you hate me and want to ruin my Daisy Jones fantasy,” she wrote.
Daisy Jones is a fictional character from the popular Prime Video series Daisy Jones and The Six, which was inspired by Fleetwood Mac.
The rock band found fame in the 1970s with hits such as The Chain and Go Your Own Way.
Stars of the era were known for wearing sleeveless jumpsuits and flare bottoms.
TikTok users were in hysterics over the failed denim jumpsuit try on as many took to the comment section admitting they’ve also struggled with Asos sizing.
“OMG howling, can it be tailored,” one person wrote. “Asos giving us all issues,” another quipped.
“The leg length is ALWAYS an issue for me too [crying] like if I want a bigger size it is not because I’m a 6ft 4ins model,” a third said.
“Girl, jumpsuits just don’t work on anyone. And that is denim! Come on… Learn and move on, it’s ok! Playsuits work, jumpsuits don’t,” a fourth commented.
“I had faith in the universe and that faith was unfounded and for that, I’m disappointed in myself,” the TikToker replied.
The TikToker said the fabric around the bust was big but it wasn’t the main problem she had with the jumpsuitTikTok/2_girls_1_pup
The TikToker joked that Asos was making their clothes for Swedish supermodelsTikTok/2_girls_1_pup
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