Fashion Nova crop top is slammed by shoppers – but would YOU dare to wear it?

Controversial clothing label Fashion Nova has once again been slammed for its eccentric pieces – this time over a barely-there crop top.

The California-based online retailer promoted its Party Starter Cropped Tank on Instagram earlier this week, with the caption reading: ‘Head-turning is what we’re here for.’

Yet while heads certainly turned for the $22 (£18) top, it wasn’t all positive as many customers blasted the brand’s lace-up crop top for leaving very little to the imagination.

Controversial clothing label Fashion Nova has once again been slammed for its eccentric pieces - this time over a barely-there crop top (pictured)

Controversial clothing label Fashion Nova has once again been slammed for its eccentric pieces - this time over a barely-there crop top (pictured)

Controversial clothing label Fashion Nova has once again been slammed for its eccentric pieces – this time over a barely-there crop top (pictured)

The California-based online retailer promoted its Party Starter Cropped Tank (pictured on a model) on Instagram earlier this week

The California-based online retailer promoted its Party Starter Cropped Tank (pictured on a model) on Instagram earlier this week

The California-based online retailer promoted its Party Starter Cropped Tank (pictured on a model) on Instagram earlier this week

The cropped waistcoat flashes ample cleavage with only its rhinestone-encrusted ties holding the fabric together. 

With its tight fit leaving little room for a bra, unimpressed social media users were keen to share their thoughts on the racy attire. 

‘Might as well be topless’, one Instagram user fumed, as another said: ‘Um that’s too small for her…’

Many customers were quick to blast the brand's lace-up crop top (pictured) for leaving very little to the imagination

Many customers were quick to blast the brand's lace-up crop top (pictured) for leaving very little to the imagination

Many customers were quick to blast the brand’s lace-up crop top (pictured) for leaving very little to the imagination

Reaction: Unimpressed social media users were keen to share their thoughts on the racy attire

Reaction: Unimpressed social media users were keen to share their thoughts on the racy attire

Reaction: Unimpressed social media users were keen to share their thoughts on the racy attire

A third wrote: ‘Dude there’s nothing left to the imagination.’

Mocking the product’s revealing design, one social media user asked: ‘So what if you wanna put your hair up?’

Another joked: ‘Perfect for grocery shopping.’

It isn’t the first time Fashion Nova – advertised by the likes of Cardi B and the Kardashian clan – has come under fire this month over their products.   

Yet it wasn't all bad reviews for the revealing number, as some customers left hearts and positive messages on the Instagram post

Yet it wasn't all bad reviews for the revealing number, as some customers left hearts and positive messages on the Instagram post

Yet it wasn’t all bad reviews for the revealing number, as some customers left hearts and positive messages on the Instagram post

Earlier this month, the online retailer faced backlash for selling a shirt featuring a burning building and a phrase about ‘paradise’.

Some customers thought it was a tasteless reference to the wildfires which tore through Paradise, California, last year. 

It was first sold by the brand last year before being removed after horrified shoppers pointed out its coincidental similarities to the California Camp Fire, which destroyed 153,000 acres of land in November.

But customers noticed the shirt back online this month, and called out the brand for being insensitive and disrespectful.

Not happy: Earlier this month, the online retailer faced backlash for selling a T-shirt featuring a burning building and a phrase about 'paradise'

Not happy: Earlier this month, the online retailer faced backlash for selling a T-shirt featuring a burning building and a phrase about 'paradise'

Not happy: Earlier this month, the online retailer faced backlash for selling a T-shirt featuring a burning building and a phrase about ‘paradise’

Mad: The tee had a picture of a building burning with the statement 'This must be paradise' across the front, which upset consumers

Mad: The tee had a picture of a building burning with the statement 'This must be paradise' across the front, which upset consumers

Mad: The tee had a picture of a building burning with the statement ‘This must be paradise’ across the front, which upset consumers 

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