Feel like you’re being judged for ordering too many clothes online?

ASOS may have come up with a solution to your problems.

In a Facebook post shared yesterday, the online retailer asked shoppers if they’d like an option to label their purchases as “prizes”.

A label stuck to the packages would read: “Congratulations on winning this item”.

The customers could then pretend they’d won a competition to cover up for their shopping addictions.

When ASOS floated the idea online, their post garnered 3,000 likes and hundreds of comments.

ASOS shared this suggestion on its Facebook page

One responder wrote: “How is this even a question? Do it now!”

Another said: “This would be very helpful to me. Won’t need to hide parcels in the car!”

A third commented: “What a great idea.”

And a fourth joked: “I would go from never winning anything in my life to prizes at least five days a week.”

So would you use the feature? Don't forget to let us know in the comments section below.

ASOS shoppers are desperate for the function to be rolled out

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Previously, the online retailer told us we've been washing our jeans wrong.

And earlier this year, the retailer was mocked for selling frilly shorts "that look like nappies".

Meanwhile, ASOS shoppers laughed at an underboob bikini and said 'there's more fabric on a tea towel'.

In other news, the store was also ridiculed for selling fake earphones as accessories.

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