Can you spot the super NSFW pattern in this woman's dress?

Can you spot the super NSFW pattern in this woman's dress?

There's nothing worse than a wardrobe malfunction. Seriously, you spend all your time planning the perfect outfit, fork out a big pile of cash to look good, only to be told that there's something wrong with it that you never noticed. This has happened to me so many times before.

Take for instance the woman who wanted to flaunt a new dress she'd bought, who was left shocked when her husband stated that it featured a very ... Freudian motif. She promptly took to social media to share a picture of the offending garment, only to learn that many other people also thought that it had a distinctly (and embarrassingly) NSFW pattern printed on it. Can you see it, or are the commenters just being dirty-minded?

Writing about the dress on her Facebook blog "School Mum," the woman named Sam uploaded a snap of herself wearing the dress, and captioned the scandalous picture: "So I bought this dress today ...because I really liked it ... I got home and put it on for hubby and any guesses first thing he said?? #dressfail#onceyouseeyoucantunsee." Sure enough, upon examination, it does look as though the dress in question has a vagina printed on the front. Yikes: I'm not sure I'd wear that out in public myself.

Many commenters were highly amused by the image and chimed in to express their appreciation. One person wrote "Do you think a man designed it? I also wonder if they totally knew what they were doing and wanted to see how many people would still buy it?" while another added "Oh my giddy aunt - that is unfortunate! I guess he noticed its apparent similarity to a vajayjay like my hubby did! Please let us know what the salesperson says when you return it and give them the reason as to why you can no longer wear this dress."

Sam's post also inspired a flurry of responses from people who also owned items of clothing that looked like vaginas, and even furniture in one instance. One woman posted a picture of a pentaptych she'd hung in her house, consisting of five abstract paintings. She also noted that her artwork had a certain gynaecological quality to them, stating: "[The dress is] a bit like these paintings my husband bought to 'surprise' me a few years ago. Every time I look at them, I think they'd be good to use at antenatal classes to demonstrate dilating!"

Someone else wrote: "I had the same thing with a swimming costume!! The customer assistant didn't really understand when I explained why I was bringing it back!!"

In case you're wondering where the dress comes from, it can be found on the online fashion retailer Wayne Cooper, under the name "sahara beaded neck maxi dress," and it costs $219.00. Man, that's a lot of money to spend just to look like a walking sexual organ.