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Woman buys ‘flattering’ dress online but gets a ‘bin bag’ instead

Sometimes what we order online isn’t quite what we receive in the post.

Now one woman has taken to Twitter to show off her sister’s latest internet shopping blunder after she was sent a ‘bin liner’ instead of the dress she ordered from Pretty Little Thing (PLT).

Ruby Wheeler shared pictures of sister Rhea wearing a misshaping black garment that gaped from her shoulders and sported a high split on her thigh.

Woman orders dress from Pretty Little Thing - gets big shock when she opens it

Ruby Wheeler shared pictures of her sister wearing the black dress online (Picture: @rubyXwheeler)

She captioned the hilarious images: ‘Sister’s fuming. @OfficialPLT What even is this?’

Alongside the photos was a screenshot of what the £28 satin dress from PLT, now on sale for £11, was supposed to look like.

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Online, the description for the stylish garment reads: ‘Think fierce for the weekend’s events with this insane bodycon dress.

‘Featuring a black satin fabric with a cowl neck design, long sleeves and a flattering open back.

‘Team with statement earrings and high heels for the ultimate BNO vibe.’

Woman orders dress from Pretty Little Thing - gets big shock when she opens it

Pretty Little Thing describe the dress as ‘flattering’ and ‘fierce’ (Picture: Pretty Little Thing)

Woman orders dress from Pretty Little Thing - gets big shock when she opens it

The women compared the dress to a bin liner (Picture: @rubyXwheeler)

But with Rhea seemingly wearing something completely different to what was photographed, it wasn’t long until social media users began commenting their feedback.

‘Prettylittlebin instead of Prettylittlething,’ Rhea captioned the image on her own account.

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‘A bin liner would have looked better…truly awful,’ one woman added.

While a third wrote: ‘I ordered two items that were terrible, wrote to them and congratulated their photography department. Pictures wonderful, clothes crap.

PLT responded to Ruby’s tweet saying: ‘Hey Ruby, I apologise that your sister has received the incorrect item.

‘Please can you get her to send us a DM with her order number so that we can resolve this for her?’

But the girls were confident they hadn’t been sent the wrong thing, with Ruby replying: ‘Erm. Bit awkward as it’s not incorrect it’s the SAME item!’

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