I splashed out £60 on a jumpsuit for my engagement party – I can’t believe what turned up, everyone is saying same thing | The Sun

YOU may only get to wear one wedding dress – but in the lead-up to the big day, there are plenty of opportunities to wear some seriously show-stopping white bridal outfits.

So for her recent engagement party, Nikki Hamer didn't want there to be any doubt over who the bride-to-be was.

The TikTok user thought she'd go BIG by ordering a stunning white jumpsuit with a beautiful glittery bodice and feather cuffs.

However, what arrived in the post couldn't have been further from what was advertised on the website.

Sharing her online shopping fail in a viral video, Nikki wrote: "Honestly I didn't know whether to laugh or cry!!

"£60 and they wont refund me."

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Not only were the legs far too long and wide, the embellished top was messily sown with hundreds of cheap sequins.

It was only after the jumpsuit arrived that Nikki realised that the website she ordered from had blatantly knocked off Nadine Merabi's designs.

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And needless to say, shocked viewers thought it was the worst online shopping fail they'd EVER seen.

One replied: "OMG looks like a mash up between Abba and Elvis!"

Another added: "This should come with a warning.

"I nearly choked on my drink when I saw the outfit you received."

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Meanwhile, a third joked: "Have we found the UKs 2023 Eurovision entry?!"

"Hands down the best one yet," a fourth said.

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