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By Jess Grieveson-Smith


A stunning teenager was left in hysterics after her holiday outfit arrived from Depop and decided to dress her dog up as it was the pawfect size.

Aspiring model, Callie Conway, 19, was prepping for her girls’ holiday to Ibiza this August and thought she’d ordered the perfect party attire.

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Ready for a week in the sun in a few months time, Callie, from Newcastle-Upon-Tyne, couldn’t wait for her dream outfit – a pair of glittery leggings and crop top – to arrive.

Ordering online from a homemade seller on Depop, she went for her usual UK size 8 but was surprised when the fashion fail arrived in an envelope – a precursor for who might fit into the sparkly £30 number.

Callie immediately posted the spectacular blunder on her social media, showing her lush new ensemble – on her patient pooch, a Bedlington Terrier, Charlotte.

The fashion disaster took off with over 187K likes, and hilarity continuing – with one twitter user asking why the dog looks like Coronation Street’s Gail Platt.

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Callie said: “I’m going to Ibiza this summer and wanted some funky outfits.

“I ordered this online and it was so tiny it arrived in an envelope.

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“My family were laughing and joking and sizing it against my Bedlington Terrier, Charlotte so of course I tried it on her.

“I couldn’t believe it fits my dog better than me – fancy a holiday Charlotte?

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“She loves being dressed up, and it fit her perfectly – she’s already got a full wardrobe of clothes, birthday dresses and accessories.”

On further inspection of the outfit, Callie soon realised that her £30 glam attire was not at all what it seemed.

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Callie added, “It is stretchy so it does fit me just, however it’s so tight and uncomfortable.

“I paid £30 and I think it was handmade, it has no label, it’s literally a pair of fishnets cut up.

“Seems like Charlotte is ready to embrace her disco dancer vibe – we’ve even got her a hat and sunglasses ready for Ibiza.”