A woman who was insulted on Tinder by a man who told her he did not like her dress has been made an ASOS model. The shopping giant decided to use Thea Lauryn Chippendale's picture to advertise the blush pink lace dress on its website after she shared a troll's nasty messages on Twitter. A stranger had told her that her dress looked like a "charity shop job" during a chat on the popular dating app.
ASOS has had quite the shake up this week. The shake up comes in the form of a strict new returns policy, which it emailed out to its customers.
Many fans of the online shop have been left baffled by a new pair of trousers on the website – which are completely see-through. One Twitter user took to the social media platform to share her confusion over the fashion item. “I love ASOS but why on earth would you wear that?” they wrote.
"It's very rare for items to go missing and ASOS have therefore made the decision to not accept any further orders from you."
One Twitter user wrote that the "world has gone mad" while one said "I'm so here for men w/o toxic masculinity."