A YouTube star sent Twitter into a frenzy with a snap of himself in a dress he was wrongly sent by Asos.
Dylan Evans, from Liverpool, ordered a pair of black trousers and sunglasses from the British-based online retailer earlier this month.
But when the package arrived Evans, 22, was surprised to find it contained a cold-shoulder maxi dress instead.
Dylan Evans (pictured) ordered a pair of black trousers and sunglasses but was stunned to open a package which contained a red maxi dress
The YouTube star had ordered a pair of black trousers (left) and sunglasses (right) which were due to be shipped on April 5
He then tweeted to his 54,000 followers that he was ‘pretty sure’ Asos sent him the wrong order
To highlight the mistake to Asos, Evans, who also presents on TV and radio, tweeted the company a photo of himself in the flirty frock with the caption: ‘Ayy @ASOS (I might be wrong) but, I’m pretty sure you’ve sent me the wrong order…,’ alongside a snap of his actual order confirmation.
The hilarious photo, which shows Evans looking despondent in the dress and a pair of Christmas socks, quickly went viral.
It has been ‘liked’ more than 100,000 times and shared more than 32,000 times on the social network.
His tweet received more than 100,000 ‘likes’ and one fan joked: ‘Why does it fit you so well’
Hundreds of delighted followers responded, with many pointing out how well the dress suited Evans.
One posted: ‘You look so good and it is definitely your colour.’ Another agreed: ‘I’m pretty sure they sent you the right order as that dress looks amazing.’
The official Asos Twitter account responded to arrange a swap for the correct items.
It tweeted: ‘Ayy Mr Dylan, you are definitely rocking that dress! Please send over your 9 digit order number and your ASOS registered email address in a DM and we can organise a cheeky swap to happen.’
Other fans commented on his picture on Twitter and said that they found it hilarious
The post was met with outrage from Evans’ followers, who argued he should be able to keep the dress and receive the items he had ordered.
One posted: ‘I’m sorry, but you should just let him keep that because it’s flawless on him and send him the correct order.
‘I mean, just think about the exposure this complete rocking of a red dress has already brought your brand.’
Asos replied to Mr Dylan and said that they would arrange for a ‘cheeky swap’ after the mix-up