It’s 2020, the surgical look is in.
Twitter users are mocking a targeted ad from Nordstrom that features a pair of $740 satin elbow-length gloves paired with an evening gown.
The accessories, dubbed the “Gloved Double Satin Bolero,” are made by the high-end designer Meryll Rogge.
“Saturated in a head-turning red hue, this double-satin bolero fitted with lambskin-leather gloves evokes the golden era of Hollywood,” the item’s description reads.
“I keep getting this ad, It wouldn’t faze me if it were from like, Wish, but Nordstrom?,” joked tweeter @lynnirene. “I am just so, so confused.”
The blue dress worn with the gloves also turned heads.
“What’s with the $740 murder dress @Nordstrom? Odd ad targeting,” said @_RogueMermaid.
“every single day of 2020 is a competition for ‘worst s–t ive ever seen in my life’ and this dress just took first place,” said @macaroon1.
“Is it just me or does the model in this nordstrom ad look a little like she’s just made a man in seven days and she’s ready to show him off to the transylvanian convention,” joked @emilydohrk, referencing “The Rocky Horror Picture Show.”
“The things I’m getting targeted @Nordstrom ads for… why,” wondered @klogs493.
It’s not the first time a Nordstrom product has garnered online discussion. In September, the retailer prompted ridicule for selling $1,400 grass-stained overalls made by Gucci.