What a load of rubbish! Shoppers mock trendy brand NU’s black puffy dress for looking like a BIN BAG – and it costs a hefty £485
- Nu is selling the black Jacquard Sleeveless Balloon Shirt Dress for £242.50
- However, that is the January sale price because it normally costs whopping £485
- Amused shoppers have taken to social media to compare garment to bin bag
A puffy designer frock has been mocked by shoppers for its inflated price because it looks like a bin bag.
Trendy brand Nu is selling the black Jacquard Sleeveless Balloon Shirt Dress for £242.50.
However, it may surprise some to learn that is the January sale price – and that it normally costs a whopping £485.
Its website boast the 100 per cent polyester garment has ‘asymmetric front pockets-front’ and ‘button closure-balloon form.’
Trendy brand Nu is selling the black Jacquard Sleeveless Balloon Shirt Dress for £242.50 (pictured)
The puffy designer frock has been mocked by shoppers for its inflated price because it looks like a bin bag (pictured)
One shocked customer took to social media and penned: ‘Tell me that’s not a bin bag’ (pictured)
But shoppers were left baffled by the design from the clothes giant which has stores in upmarket Chelsea and Marylebone, London.
One wrote: ‘Tell me that’s not a bin bag.’
Another agreed and added: ‘Pretty sure I’ve got a roll of them under the kitchen sink. Jackpot.’
Meanwhile, other customers thought they resembled cheap, homemade Halloween costumes.
Some may be surprised to hear that £242.50 is actually the January sale price – and that the puffy shirt dress (pictured) normally costs £485
Meanwhile, other customers thought they resembled cheap, homemade Halloween costumes (pictured)
‘This is how I used to go trick or treating in the 90s,’ commented one.
Another agreed and penned: ‘This is just what you dress up as for Halloween when your family either forget or can’t afford it.’
A fifth added: ‘That IS a bin bag and she’s definitely farted in there.’
It comes months after shoppers mocked a number of faux leather garments being sold by online retailer ASOS – and compared them to bin bags.
A shiny black Ebonie n Ivory one-shoulder mini dress, priced at £16, caught the attention of Instagram account ‘asbos_sos‘ – who has built a legion of followers by sharing controversial items for sale on the retail giant’s website.
Boasting over 37,000 followers, the social media user shared a number of leather-look ASOS outfits with the caption: ‘Stay Alert, it’s Bin Day.’
The post quickly garnered over 1,100 likes as fashionistas shared their views on the designs, with one joking: ‘Pity they ran out bin bags before they finished that one armed monstrosity.’
Instagram account ‘ asbos_sos ‘, who boasts over 37,000 followers, shared a series of faux leather items available from ASOS – and compared them to bin bags (pictured)
Posting an Ebonie n Ivory one-shoulder mini dress (pictured), the account wrote: ‘Stay Alert, it’s bin day’ with the hashtags ‘bindayrunway’ and ‘bin’