This SHEIN £8.99 Swimsuit Has Broken The Internet For All The Wrong Reasons
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A swimsuit from SHEIN has gone viral - but for all the wrong reasons.
The Backless Ring Linked One Piece Swimsuit features a rather extreme design, including a low-cut top and very high cut legs.
In fact, the style is so high cut, people think it looks extremely painful, thanks to its barely-there crotch design.
Available in a black and a green style, some people are loving the swimsuit, which has received heaps of five-star reviews.
However, shoppers are less than impressed at the design, with some adamant it would cause a 'front wedgie'.
One person wrote on social media: "Thongs are bad enough. But please this is a step too far," while another said: "Don’t sneeze."
And a third joked: "That’s asking for a yeast infection."
Others were loving the swimsuit however, with one person writing in a review: "One of my best purchases. Sits really well and is excellent for the beach. You will surely enjoy the compliments that come with having the confidence to rock this on the beach. Beautiful."
And another added: "Fits perfect good material."
Well, it certainly seems like it must be a popular style as the black design has completely sold out. The green style is still available however, and is on sale for £5.99.
In other swimwear-related news, earlier this week a woman shared an honest review of one of Kim Kardashian's SKIMS swimsuits.
After launching the new swimwear range earlier this month, fans were baffled by the strange cutouts and stark difference to the original collection.
Thankfully, if you're unsure whether to splurge or save on the new collection, one influencer has picked up some pieces to give her brutally honest review of the latest SKIMS line.
YouTuber Hope Allen (AKA. HopeScope) took it upon herself to give viewers a thorough review of the unusual swimwear range, revealing exactly what potential customers could expect.
"I just really loved the fabric of the first collection and I'm so nervous that they ruined it with this sticky..." she said, playing with the cloth.
After trying on the silver tank top and tie bottoms, she confirmed: "I definitely don't like it as much as the fabric from the first launch. They did keep the same tone-on-tone tag and the same stitching but this just feels so different.
"For the price, I feel like there could have been more structure to the top, but that's really my only complaint."
You can read the full review here.