ASOS is selling a bizarre see-through neon green mesh unitard

ASOS is selling a neon green mesh unitard (Picture: ASOS)

Summer is coming, which means it’ll soon be time for shorts and vests, and we can’t wait.

But if you’re wanting to wear something a little more out-there and eye-catching, ASOS’ new green mesh unitard might just be perfect for you.

Totally see-through, the Motel Mesh Shorts Unitard costs £35.

The lime mesh unitard features a high neck design, a scoop back, a bodycon fit and a ‘tight cut to the body’. Which is pretty obvious.

This ASOS unitard is very see-through (Picture: ASOS)

The product description reads: ‘Inspired by vintage prints and cuts, Motel are renowned for creating well-crafted pieces in an eclectic mix of designs. Embracing the feminine silhouette; look out for statement party dresses in bold prints, with heavy embellishment and feminine detailing.’

The model pairs it with a black bralette and high waist underwear below the unitard, but you could go with green if you’re wanting to draw less attention.

One Twitter user spotted the unitard, and shared it online captioning it ‘Asos, what the hell’

What the hell indeed.

In other bizarre ASOS fashion news, the fashion retailer is selling what looks like a dress which looks like it’s been made out of bubble wrap for £68.

The Jaded London all over sequin mesh beach dress, which, much like the neon unitard is see-through, is on offer for £68 online.

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On the website, it explains: ‘Inspired by global street-style from East London to LA and New York, super-cool streetwear label Jaded London provides your fix of pretty prints and techno fabrics.

‘If Beyonce’s done it head-to-toe then you know you’re onto a good thing.’

Honestly, £68 for a dress that looks like it’s been made out of bubble wrap is a lot. We might as well just make our own.

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by – metro.co.uk

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