I splashed £65 on a cute blue feather top to wear on a night out – safe to say I got way more than I bargained for | The Sun

SHE wanted to look cute on her night out with friends.

So Bethany decided to splash out on a £65 feathered crop top from Club London, in a gorgeous cobalt blue.

However, she ended up getting more than she bargained for, and took to TikTok to reveal how the top had turned her into a "Christmas smurf".

Bethany began her video by showing how her outfit looked, when she teamed the top with a pair of silver trousers, blue heels and a cute mini orange bag.

"Buys feather top from Club London," she wrote over the clip.

But things went from bad to worse when she hit the club, as she showed how the top had dyed her armpits blue.

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She shared a look at her blue pits an hour later, two hours later and the morning after – with the blue hue still clearly visible even after a shower.

"Thanks @clubllondon for making me into a christmas smurf," she captioned her video.

People were quick to weigh in on the fail in the comments section, with one writing: "Sis! You just saved me from buying the orange one."

"Save your money, don’t buy!!" Bethany replied.

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"took that out my basket so quick!" another added.

As someone else commented: "Omg I bought the red one for my bday last year and I was red and people I hugged were red!"

"how they can charge £65 for this quality is beyond me!" another wrote.

While someone else commented: "this was me after our debs wondering why my armpits had gone green!"

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