These prom dress disasters will make you never want to shop for clothes online again

YEAR after year, the world's teenager girls take to the internet in search of the perfect prom dress. And like clockwork, social media is graced with some serious online shopping disasters.

But if finishing our school careers taught us anything, it's not to place all our hopes and dreams on dresses that are being shipped all the way from China… don't say we didn't warn you.

That's not to say that isn't incredibly easy to do.

After all, it's always going to be tempting to cash in on an amazing discount.

But if you're going to take the chance, just be sure to avoid anything bedazzled or with a built-in bra.

Speaking from experience here, it's where most of these fashion disasters have gone hilariously awry.

Green with envy…

… not so much

Not all white

Missed a spot

A dazzling dress…

And a dazzling dud

Tickled pink

Chiffon chic

#prom #dress #fail #promdressfail #dont #buy #your #promdress #online

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Not ideal

The realities of ordering online…. ? . . (The right is what it was supposed to look like… the left is clearly me ?)

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versus reality

A touch tranparent

Skirting the issue

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In more bonkers fashion news, from noodle trackies to heels made from human teeth… these are the worst fashion fails of all time.

And ASOS are selling a pair of super distressed jeans that double up as a skirt… and we're not surprised they've been reduced.

Plus this designer is selling HALF a blazer for £1000… and we are baffled.


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