A FASHIONISTA literally burst out in her new Abercrombie dress.
She had high hopes for the item from her favorite brand, but her breasts told a different story.
“Bigger bust approved?” Brittany asked (@backtobritany).
The lover of all things pink tried on the short and sleeveless dress from Abercrombie – and the fit was less than flattering.
Her larger bust definitely came into its own in the white and gold checkered dress.
“This one won’t have a zipper,” she noted.
Brittany, who bought the dress online, couldn’t believe how bad it was – the boobs showing on the side and all.
A look of utter shock crossed her face before she laughed at the ridiculous seizure error.
The zipper on the side of the dress definitely wasn’t going to go past her size 36F chest any time soon.
“Abercrombie let me down this time. “Usually most of their items work,” she said.
All she could do was shake her head and admit defeat.
She also gave the dress two big thumbs down.
The LA native regularly posts about her search for more form-fitting clothing from Amazon and TJ Maxx.
Brittany tries on everything from sports bras to business casual wear – all in search of busty, tried-and-true buys.
Online shopping fans would have to find their next treasure somewhere else.
She also explained that she strives to help others feel confident — but this dress didn’t make herself — or other larger-chested ladies — feel unsupported.
According to richpanel.com, the average return rate in e-commerce is around 20 to 30 percent.
They said the most common reasons were sizing issues and purchasing multiple items with the intent of selling some.