Zara mocked on Twitter for advertising jeans that look like they’re being modelled by invisible man

Zara has been mocked online by appearing to sell jeans that look like they’re being modelled by an invisible man.

A tweet showed images, that looked as if they had been taken from the Spanish retailer’s French website showing the jeans stood up with shoes at the bottom, but no model inside.

The image was shared by a user who goes by@GrrlGhost online, believed to be from Ireland,  and has since been retweeted more than 10,000 times with people comparing the images to wrestler Jon Cena, while others just shared their bafflement at the image.

Zara have been mocked online by appearing to sell jeans with that look like they're being modelled by an invisible man. A tweet showed images, that looked as if they had been taken from the Spanish retailer's French website showing the jeans stood up with shoes at the bottom, but no model inside

Zara have been mocked online by appearing to sell jeans with that look like they're being modelled by an invisible man. A tweet showed images, that looked as if they had been taken from the Spanish retailer's French website showing the jeans stood up with shoes at the bottom, but no model inside

Zara have been mocked online by appearing to sell jeans with that look like they’re being modelled by an invisible man. A tweet showed images, that looked as if they had been taken from the Spanish retailer’s French website showing the jeans stood up with shoes at the bottom, but no model inside

Taking to social media, @GrrlGhost wrote: ‘LMAO, why have Zara decided to model jeans like this?’

It saw a flurry of retweets as thousands of people online rushed to question the decision.

The viral pictures do not currently appear on the Zara website, where they are currently pictured on actual models.

Taking to Twitter, one person wrote: ‘Cause they’re cheap and don’t want to pay for models’.

Another added: ‘Good to see The Invisible Man getting a bit of work’

It saw a flurry of retweets and a thousands of people online rushing to question the decision.

It saw a flurry of retweets and a thousands of people online rushing to question the decision.

It saw a flurry of retweets and a thousands of people online rushing to question the decision.

A third replied: ‘Zara actually got good items but their website is so sh*** and WTF is this?

‘You are asking the wrong question! Not “why” but “how”? There is some weird voodoo magic keeping them jeans stood up!’ a fourth commented. 

‘Wallace & Gromit vibes’ another said.

‘Why are these jeans giving me unwanted advice at the bar in Wetherspoons’ one Twitter user joke. 

Another who shared a different snap of a woman modelling the water-repellent down puffer jacket with belt appeared to compare it to a straight jacket

Another who shared a different snap of a woman modelling the water-repellent down puffer jacket with belt appeared to compare it to a straight jacket

Another who shared a different snap of a woman modelling the water-repellent down puffer jacket with belt appeared to compare it to a straight jacket

Shoppers have mocked Zara's website for the bizarre ways in which their model's pose. A British Twitter user shared this snap on social media and penned: 'It’s actually impossible to shop on Zara'

Shoppers have mocked Zara's website for the bizarre ways in which their model's pose. A British Twitter user shared this snap on social media and penned: 'It’s actually impossible to shop on Zara'

Shoppers have mocked Zara’s website for the bizarre ways in which their model’s pose. A British Twitter user shared this snap on social media and penned: ‘It’s actually impossible to shop on Zara’

Last month, users mocked the retailer for being ‘impossible to shop at’ due to the bizarre ways there models pose online.

One fan, believed to be from the UK, took to Twitter to share a picture of a model wearing a coat back to front, before captioning the post: ‘It’s actually impossible to shop on Zara.’

And many took to the comments section to agree, with one even going so far as to say ‘they’ve gone too far.’

The initial post was inundated with comments, while others shared their personal favourite shots from the store's website (pictured)

The initial post was inundated with comments, while others shared their personal favourite shots from the store's website (pictured)

The initial post was inundated with comments, while others shared their personal favourite shots from the store’s website (pictured)

Another snap shows a model leaning forward towards the camera in a bid to promote a black dress which features a slit up the leg

Another snap shows a model leaning forward towards the camera in a bid to promote a black dress which features a slit up the leg

Another snap shows a model leaning forward towards the camera in a bid to promote a black dress which features a slit up the leg

Many agreed with the Twitter user who penned: 'It's actually impossible to shop on Zara' (pictured)

Many agreed with the Twitter user who penned: 'It's actually impossible to shop on Zara' (pictured)

Many agreed with the Twitter user who penned: ‘It’s actually impossible to shop on Zara’ (pictured)

‘Looool seriously, it’s like they don’t want to make more money,’ commented one, while a second wrote: ‘For real you want to be knowing what the outfit will actually look like and you can never even tell by the photos they take.’ 

A third agreed: ‘The new layout, the style of modelling, the whole thing is just annoying now. Please, I just want a coat. What’s all this nonsense?’ 

In the initial screenshot, the model can be seen wearing the £119 ‘water-repellent down puffer coat with belt,’ back to front.  

And the majority of people who took issue with the picture questioned the purpose of wearing the attire in such an unusual fashion. 

‘What’s the purpose of a back to front coat? You are going to get cold and wet. Fashion has become very weird,’ commented one, while a second wrote: ‘I do not understand.’

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