Shoppers mock ASOS for selling £30 'high-vis' hoodies

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Social media users are baffled by the “high-vis” being sold on ASOS [Photo: ASOS]
Social media users are baffled by the “high-vis” being sold on ASOS [Photo: ASOS]

ASOS is the latest online retailer to fall victim to online mockery for selling a “high-vis” hoodie in the name of fashion.

The unisex garment comes in neon orange and features grey reflective stripes similar to those worn by construction workers for safety purposes.

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But dressing like a builder doesn’t come cheap, as ASOS is flogging the ‘Collusion Everyone Together’ hoodie for £30.

The Collusion x Everyone Together unisex hoodie, £30 [Photo: ASOS]
The Collusion x Everyone Together unisex hoodie, £30 [Photo: ASOS]

Of course, this hasn’t gone unnoticed with social media users calling out the retailer for seeking sartorial inspiration from the local building site.

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One joked: “Pretty sure that’s just a high-vis, ASOS.”

While another tweeted, “So you can pay £30 dress like you work on roadworks 9-5. Cheers ASOS.”

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But it’s not the first time the online giant has come under fire for its bizarre fashion items.

Last month, the budget-friendly site was ridiculed for selling a pair of see-through tracksuit bottoms with social media users likening the garment to “clingfilm”.


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