Shoppers left baffled by extremely revealing $20 dress

Sarah Carty
Senior Lifestyle & Entertainment Producer
Shoppers left baffled by extremely revealing $20 dress

We’ve seen everything from underboob bikinis to thigh-high swimsuits but this extremely revealing dress has left shoppers baffled.

A snap of the cut out maxi gown was posted on the PrettyLittleThing Instagram page, showing influencer, Amra Olević Reyes, rocking the daring design.

According to the retailer the $20 gown, which is already sold out in sizes 4,6, 8 and 10, is ‘perfect for when you want to make a statement’.

However, a few people on the Instagram page weren’t as enthusiastic about the gown as those who bought it on the website.

“Surely a bit of wind and everyone’s got a flappy eyeful?,” one person said.

“How do you move in this thing? Without, of course, showing your naked body?,” another commenter said.

Others just said: ‘that’s too much’, while another person simply said: ‘No, No, No.’

Over on Amra’s Instagram page, fans of the influencer couldn’t get enough of her stylish dress.

“We are not worthy,” one person said., while another said: “Are you trying to break the internet?”.

‘Vulgar’ dress

In May, TV host, Amanda Holden, faced a barrage of complaints for her choice of dress on Britain’s Got Talent.

The 48-year-old was hit with nine complaints from viewers via Ofcom, the UK’s media regulator after a May episode of the show.

The gown, created by Lebanese fashion designer Nicolas Jebran, featured a spiderweb design on the chest, as well as sheer panelling that exposed parts of the judge’s chest, torso and bottom.

“Amanda Holden! Vulgar! No respect for little children watching BGT. That dress,” one viewer wrote on Twitter.

“Amanda it's a family show as lovely as your dress is it was not appropriate. I was slightly embarrassed,” another person said.

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