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Crotch-flashing bodysuit mocked by shoppers who say it’d give you a ‘wedgie’

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Fashion Nova stocks plenty of jaw-dropping garments on its website.

The retailer has flogged crotchless leggings and underboob-baring tops recently.

And if that wasn’t enough to send customers into a frenzy, it has also started selling a sheer bodysuit with a difference.

Fashion Nova’s Out In The Spotlight Lace Bodysuit can be snapped up for £19.18.

It is almost completely see-through and features a very high-leg fit.

This would undoubtedly leave you flashing your intimate areas if you wore it out in public.

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On the website, the bright blue bodysuit has been styled with a faux leather skirt (Image: Fashion Nova)

On the store’s website, stylists have paired the lace bodysuit with a leather skirt.

This suggests the one-piece is designed to be worn outdoors.

But if you’re worried about rocking the lace in front of strangers, you can wear it in the bedroom instead.

Influencer Abby Dowse has done just that.

The body confident babe flaunted her curves in the skimpy clothing item – and thankfully, she managed to avoid a wardrobe malfunction.

Abby Dowse somehow manages to pull off the one-piece

Fashion Nova shared the picture to their Instagram page, where it racked up 88,000 likes.

Hundreds of social media users also took the time to leave a comment, with many complimenting Abby’s look.

One responder gushed: “So stunning.”

Another said: “Damn, I love this.”

A third added: “Omg I’ve gotta have this ASAP.”

Some shoppers worry the bodysuit would leave them with a ‘wedgie’ (Image: Fashion Nova)

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While many are fans of the barely-there bodysuit, some pointed out that it’s not that practical to wear.

Even though the lacy number would be fun to wear in the bedroom, wearing it out of the house could cause some serious chafing.

One commenter admitted: “Sorry this looks painful.”

Another posted a sick emoji, before adding: “Wedgie.”

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