LOOKS can be deceiving in terms of online shopping, one plus-size shopper has found.

In one Shein shopper's experience, a plus-size top was not what she expected, but others weren't surprised by the disappointing purchase.

Plus-size fashionista Hannah didn't receive a pleasant surprise in her Shein shipment.

The size 20 style lover posted a video revealing what she thought her purchase was supposed to look like compared to how it looked on her.

Hannah bought the $9 SXY Plus Ring Linked Tie Backless Crochet Cover Up.

This slinky sparkly sliver top fits around the model's chest in the Shein photo.


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However, Hannah found that even if you're sure you got the right size, a shipped article of clothing can always surprise you and not always in the best way.

Depending on the brand, online ordering is more of a gamble than others.

Though there appears to be some support in the online photo, the top looks different on Hannah.

Hannah pulls the top over a black tank, and it's obvious she thinks she wouldn't be able to wear it alone.

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"Know the garment is the same, it's just funny man," she says.

Viewers didn't understand why Hannah was so shocked by the top.

One confused woman wrote: "I don’t get it this is exactly what’s in the picture, we just sometimes don’t look like the models."

Another agreed: "Its literally the same its just a different body."

A light-hearted individual joked: "I mean it feels the same but it’s still a sad excuse for a top."

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An individual reminded Hannah of the risk you run basing your online shopping decision on the website photos.

"Remember that all those photos are photoshopped," they said.

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