Online shopping can be a hit or a miss for most people. Unless you’re shopping from a store that you’re 150% sure of your size, there’s a good chance you’ll end up with something that you have to return.
Sometimes, ordering online can also be a mess when you receive the wrong order completely. How many times have you ordered something from a clothing website and you receive a package making you say, “Uh, this is definitely not mine?” Well, David Evans, UK-based TV and radio personality went through a pretty strange problem with online shop ASOS.
Evans ordered a pair of pants and sunglasses.
But, he received a beautiful red dress instead. And, instead of sending an email over to them directly with just “hey, this isn’t my order,” he decided to make the best of it–and wear the dress himself.
Evans tweeted the images side-by-side calling out the shop saying he’s “pretty sure” they sent him the wrong order.
— DYLAN EVANS (@MrDylanEvans) April 11, 2018
The company replied rather quickly.
Ayy Mr Dylan, you are definitely rocking that dress! Please send over your 9 digit order number and your ASOS registered email address in a DM and we can organise a cheeky swap to happen ?
— ASOS Here to Help (@ASOS_HeretoHelp) April 11, 2018
But, Twitter was loving it.
Looks good. Should have took the Christmas socks off though
— Dan Cox (@dancox82) April 12, 2018
I’m pretty sure they sent you the right order as that dress looks amazing ?
— Jelly Fletcher (@JellyWTBelly) April 12, 2018
This looks surprisingly good so maybe it's meant to be… Still need the sunglasses tho pic.twitter.com/LPrzbteHvX
— Lazy Girl Luxe (@LazyLuxe) April 13, 2018
I think, ASOS should let him keep the dress, send out the shades, then get Dylan to post another pic with the dress and shades. No one else want's that dress now ???
— Steve (@MrThomson78) April 12, 2018
Does your bum look big in that ?
— The Voice (@GrumpMcGrumpy) April 11, 2018
— Devina May (@DevinaMayUK) April 12, 2018
Talk about making the best of a bad situation.