What a boob! Bra advert leaves social media users in stitches over misplaced fabric close-up that makes it look like the model has ‘one giant breast’ 

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  • Lounge Underwear Promoted Pearl Illustration Balcony Bra on Instagram
  • Featured zoomed in close up of bra cups to give a detailed look at intricate designs
  • Jennifer, from the UK, jokingly thought the model had ‘a huge t*t’ at first glance

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An ad for a lounge underwire bra has left social media users in stitches after a woman admitted she thought the model had ‘a huge t*t’ due to the intricately embroidered lace showing close-ups.

lingerie brand took over instagram To promote their Pearl Illustration Balcony Bra and Thong Set, which retails at £50 and features ‘a stunning, hand-crafted embroidered illustration’.

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The image shows a zoomed in, enlarged close up of a bra cup to give buyers a more detailed look at the material and design – but unfortunately it was placed on the woman’s chest.

and twitter users Jennifer, from the UK, made everyone laugh when she shared a snap of the model shot and wrote: ‘I thought this Lassie on lounge underwear ads had a huge t*t but obv it’s so you can see the lace xx .’

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An ad for a lace bra (pictured) has left social media users in stitches after a woman admitted she thought the model had ‘a giant t*t’, showing off intricately embroidered lace. was due to.

UK Twitter user Jennifer made everyone laugh when she shared a photo of the model shot and wrote: 'I thought this Lassie on lounge underwear ads had a huge t*t but it's so you can see the lace xx Huh'

UK Twitter user Jennifer made everyone laugh when she shared a photo of the model shot and wrote: ‘I thought this Lassie on lounge underwear ads had a huge t*t but it’s so you can see the lace xx Huh’

Jennifer’s post, which has since garnered more than 33,000 likes and nearly 2,000 retweets, was flooded with comments from happy shoppers not long ago.

‘When you want a boob job, but you’ve only managed to save half the cost,’ one wrote, while another joked: ‘They didn’t have to get him dirty like that.’

Elsewhere, others commented that at first they were confused about what the ad was actually promoting.

‘For a moment I was sure it was some kind of terrible disease awareness…’ commented one, while another admitted: ‘It’s a little disturbing.’

The lingerie brand took to Instagram to promote its Pearl Illustration Balcony Bra and Thong Set (pictured), which retails at £50 and features 'a stunning, hand-drawn embroidered illustration'.

The lingerie brand took to Instagram to promote its Pearl Illustration Balcony Bra and Thong Set (pictured), which retails at £50 and features ‘a stunning, hand-drawn embroidered illustration’.

A third simply wrote: ‘WTF is this monstrous,’ while a fourth said: ‘This is bad. I look forward to the opportunity to be a member of your marketing team.’

The description online on the lingerie website reads: ‘This set is the true definition of love at first sight, designed with a stunning, hand-crafted embroidered illustration to represent the unique diversity and beauty of our female family. ‘

‘The bra features luxurious satin binding and underwired cups with supportive, lounge embossed straps for added comfort.

‘Similar thongs/briefs have a statement front panel with an intricate cross detail on the center back. Both the pieces are beautifully crafted with scalloped edge detailing and lounge engraved componentry.

One person joked on social media: 'Another unrealistic physical expectation for women' (pictured)

One person joked on social media: ‘Another unrealistic physical expectation for women’ (pictured)

While one person dubbed the zoomed in image the ‘worst idea ever’, another joked that it was ‘another unrealistic expectation of a body for a woman’.

Another added: ‘Omg I was like YES inclusivity!’

And it wasn’t just the Zoom in bra cups that social media users took issue with, as there were some notable problems with the lace design.

‘Lol, lace isn’t pretty either. It looks like tangled veins,’ wrote one, while another asked: ‘Who else sees the ancient Romans on this lace?’

Another commented: ‘The lace outlines the body if you look closely!’

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