FOR most of us, a work outfit usually consists of some smart trousers, ironed shirt and - if we're feeling really fancy - some statement shoes.
But it would seem that Missguided categorises it as something else ENTIRELY judging the state of their "work clothes" section.
We'd love to see the look on our colleagues' faces if we turned up to work in THISCredit: Jam Press
- Black Faux Leather Utility Shirt Dress, £50 from Missguided - buy now
Confused shopper Becca Nielson took to Twitter to express her amusementCredit: Jam Press
From racy leather dresses to snakeskin mini skirts, the fast fashion brand stocks all kinds of items would look more suited to a nightclub dancefloor than a workplace environment... if you catch our drift.
Baffled by the not-so-office-friendly selection of clothing on offer, shopper Becca Nielson took to Twitter to express her amusement.
Sharing a screenshot of some of the revealing items on offer, Becca wrote: "Missguided 'work clothes' category... I meannnnn, what's the job?"
Although we can totally justify wearing a chic leather skirt to work (they look smart paired with a shirt, okay?), it's the £50 black leather utility shirt dress which has confused us more than anything.
Would YOU dare to wear a snakeskin two-piece to your office?Credit: Jam Press
- Oraneg Snake Print Leather Bralet, £20 from Missguided - buy now
To be fair, this jacket would look pretty chic layered over some trousers... just not worn as a dressCredit: Jam Press
- Faux Leather Utility Blazer, £50 from Missguided - buy now
Safe to say, leather mini shorts wouldn't work in most officesCredit: Jam Press
- Red Faux Leather Shorts, £25 from Missguided - buy now
As a rule of thumb, if Neo would have worn it in the Matrix then it's probably not office-appropriate attire... okay?
And don't even get us started on the minuscule leather shorts which the brand somehow thinks falls under smart workwear.
Unsurprisingly, we weren't the ones left wondering which workplace you could feasibly get away with wearing this in.
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Other social media users have been joking that this is the 'workwear' of an influencerCredit: Jam Press
In response to Becca's tweet, one replied: "Working for Missguided, obviously."
Another added: "Everyone's a social media influencer now. Didn't you know?!"
In more bonkers fashion news, this filthy new fashion trend has seen Kim Kardashian, Jennifer Lopez and Molly-Mae Hague step out in clothes looking like a bin bag.
And this shopper has slammed PrettyLittleThing after reciving a bodysuit which "stinks" and has a white stain in the crotch.
Plus this woman was left mortified after noticing a VERY rude vagina pattern on her dress.