A SIZE 16 fashionista revealed she found the dream wedding guest dress in ASOS – but got a shock when she tried it on.

Bethany Livingstone, from Glasgow, regularly shares her fashion tips and shopping hauls with her 185,000 TikTok followers (@bethanylivingstonee).

In a recent video, the midsize fashion fan bagged an orange floral midi dress with ruffle detailing for a wedding.

"Wedding guest ready", she gushed.

'I’m obsessed with it."

But Bethany was forced to pick up a skin-coloured Skims dupe to wear underneath after discovering the dress was completely sheer.

She revealed: "Had to get a nude dress for under though as it’s COMPLETELY see through."

The fashion fan's video has racked up more than 18,000 views with social media users hailing her "literally breathtaking".

"This dress is everything", another insisted.

ASOS bosses describe the £50 frock on their website as “the kind of dress that deserves attention”.

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But it's been hit with a string of one-star reviews due to its flimsy material as other fashionistas struggle like Bethany.

One shopper said: "It’s a beautiful dress but BE AWARE it’s low key see through but other than that it fit like a glove."

A second wrote: "This is dress is so stunning, but is completely see through… I wanted to order it to see if it was wearable and it is not without a full body slip."

A third added: "The material is completely see through. Bought this as a wedding guest dress but definitely not appropriate."

Meanwhile, a fourth agreed: "The dress is totally transparent. Even with nude underwear you can see right through it.

"I've no idea why they haven't added a lining to this dress for the price of it. Genuinely couldn't believe it when I tried it on."

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