Plenty of tweets showing prom dresses that don’t exactly match up to expectation have gone viral in the past but, this week, TV and radio presenter Dylan Evans’ ASOS delivery took things to a whole new level.
Ayy @ASOS (I might be wrong) but, I’m pretty sure you’ve sent me the wrong order… pic.twitter.com/mFRTi3yg6T
— DYLAN EVANS (@MrDylanEvans) April 11, 2018
Despite initially ordering black jeans and gold aviator sunglasses, Evans received a floor-length red dress with cut-out shoulder detail and a ruffled hem.
Amazingly, it fit him perfectly.
He shared a selfie with a tongue-in-cheek caption, but plenty of users were quick to tell him just how amazing he looked in his brand new outfit.
I’m pretty sure they sent you the right order as that dress looks amazing 😉
— Jelly Fletcher (@JellyWTBelly) April 12, 2018
The brand responded, agreeing with basically everyone else that he was rocking the dress.
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 🙊
— ASOS Here to Help (@ASOS_HeretoHelp) April 11, 2018
ASOS also offered him a cheeky swap, but many thought this wasn’t good enough, and that this man should absolutely, under no circumstances, be torn away from his dream dress.
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. You can do a Out Rock Dylan tie-in contest, etc.
— Love, Lola (@LoveLolaHeart) April 11, 2018
Yes, Let him keep it. Just send his original order. 🙂
— royal whispers (@royalwhisper) April 11, 2018
There’s still no word on whether the company agreed to let him keep the dress, but Evans’ mishap at least shows that gendered clothing rules can be pretty fabulously broken.