A FASHIONISTA is bursting at the seams – literally – in her new Abercrombie dress.
She had high hopes for her favorite brand’s style but her body told a different story.
“Larger bust approved?” Brittany asked (@backtobrittany).
The lover of all things pink tried on Abercrombie’s sleeveless mini tunic – and its fit wasn’t flattering at all.
Her larger bust was definitely on full display in the white and yellow checkered dress.
“This one won’t have a zipper,” she said videotapes.
Brittany, who bought the dress online, couldn’t believe how bad it was – exposed cleavage and all.
She had a look of complete shock on her face before giggling at the ridiculous failure.
The zipper on the side of the dress certainly isn’t going over her 36F breasts anytime soon.
“Abercrombie disappointed me this time. Usually most of their items work,” she said.
All she could do was shake her head and admit her wardrobe failure.
She also gave the dress two big thumbs down.
The Los Angeles native regularly posts about her hunt for better-fitting clothes from Amazon and TJ Maxx.
Brittany tries on everything from sports bras to business casual outfits – all in the name of getting boob-approved.
Fans of online shopping will have to find their next treasure somewhere else.
She also explains how she tries to help others feel confident – but this dress doesn’t make herself – or any other lady with large breasts – feel anything other than unsupportive. support.
According to richpanel.com, the average ecommerce ROI ranges between 20 and 30%.
They said the most common reasons are sizing issues and buying multiple items with the intention of selling some.