“Who would wear this?” Shoppers mock VERY revealing jumpsuit from Fashion Nova

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“Who would wear this?” Shoppers do VERY revealing Fashion Nova jumpsuit with bust cut-outs that ‘look like slices of cheese’

  • Fashion Nova scoffed at selling a revealing playsuit with cut-out details on the chest
  • Dark Fantasy Jumpsuit, which retails for t $ 34.99, has baffled shoppers
  • When he went to Instagram, one person asked, ‘Who would wear this?’

Online retailer Fashion Nova is being mocked for selling a very revealing playsuit with bust cut-outs that ‘look like slices of cheese’.

Take to Instagram, the California-based brand shared two photos of a model wearing the Dark Fantasy Jumpsuit, which retails for $ 34.99 (£ 26).

Only available in black, the controversial long-sleeved garment is made of stretchy material with a keyhole at the back with button closure and mesh detailing – but it seems not everyone is a fan.

“Who would wear this?” wrote one, while a second referred to the movie Mean Girls, noting, “I saw Regina George cut triangles in her chest, so I cut triangles in my chest.”

Online retailer Fashion Nova was mocked for selling a very revealing playsuit (pictured) with cut-out details on the chest - and comparing it to slices of cheese

Online retailer Fashion Nova was mocked for selling a very revealing playsuit (pictured) with cut-out details on the chest – and comparing it to slices of cheese

The brand has shared two photos of a model wearing the Dark Fantasy Jumpsuit, which retails for £ 26 (pictured)

The brand has shared two photos of a model wearing the Dark Fantasy Jumpsuit, which retails for £ 26 (pictured)

The brand has shared two photos of a model wearing the Dark Fantasy Jumpsuit, which retails for £ 26 (pictured)

The garment not only features cut-out details on the chest, but also has translucent mesh panels on the arms and legs.

But while no one wants to walk around like a clone of another, this piece of clothing seems a bit too different for even the most eccentric – and many seem confused by the concept.

“Am I the only one who doesn’t understand?” wrote one, to which a second responded bluntly, “No.”

A third, baffled by the garment, wrote, “What the …?”

One person looked at the comment section and asked, “Who would wear this?” (pictured)

Elsewhere, a fifth was so amused they wrote sarcastically, “Thanks for making my day.”

It wasn’t all doom and gloom for the brand, though, with a post garnered over 9,215 likes – and some had positive words about the piece.

‘Wow, I love this,’ enthusiastic one, followed by a love heart emoji, while a second wrote, ‘Very nice.’

In 2019, the controversial clothing label was slammed for a barely available crop top.

It promoted its Party Starter Cropped Tank on Instagram with the caption, ‘Head-Turning is what we here for.’

But while heads certainly turned for the $ 22 (£ 18) top, it wasn’t all positive as many shoppers broke the brand’s lace-up shoes as it left very little to the imagination.

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