Sporting bright pink slippers to add to the lack of sartorial elegance, the annoyed wannabe head-turner uploaded the pictures of herself - perhaps wisely editing out her face - wearing the dress to the sellers.
In online dating, people often represent themselves in a wrong and unnatural way.
You can't tell whether or not the person and their personalities are real.
From faking pictures, professions to actual behavior, here are fifteen images that show sad reality of online dating.
Most people you see on online dating sites/apps are not what they pretend to be. Some of them are skeptical of revealing their true self to people they hardly know and end up telling lies about them.
Sarah Spuz ‘17- Everyone has that picture perfect expectation for winter break.
Strolling around the snowy streets of Michigan, hand and hand with someone they love. More often than not, we end up finding ourselves lounging on the couch in our living room binge watching our favorite TV shows on Netflix surrounded by endless bags of chip and Christmas cookies. Most of the time on Christmas everyone the expects waking up in the morning, looking out the window and seeing a mammoth white blanket covering their lawn.
Also, expecting to receive the coveted midnight kiss on New Year’s Eve from their boyfriend/girlfriend.
A Chinese woman ordered a revealing dress from an online retailer, hoping to emulate the risque glamour of a Hollywood starlet.
However, when the dress - a copy of the daring outfit worn by American actress Jaimie Alexander at the LA premiere of Thor: The Dark World - arrived, it left little to the imagination and a lot to be desired.
The dress, modelled on Chinese website Taobao, features a full-length see-through panel at the front, showing off the wearer's cleavage, belly button and a whole lot of leg.
But, as these pictures show, the grim reality was a mite less flattering.