A bargain lover was left ‘freaking out’ after buying a second hand dress for just £10 – and she’s been told it could be worth £8,000.
Sarah Dunk was over the moon after finding the vintage Gianni Versace dress in thrift shop, Value Village, in Toronto, Canada.
She posted a video on TikTok, showing off her latest bargain buy and it quickly went viral.
Viewers flocked to the comment section and claimed the vintage garment could actually be worth thousands.
Sarah, 28, bought the dress for 17 Canadian dollars, which is equivalent to £10.
She said: “I don’t want to be dramatic… but you’re gonna freak out.”
She then pulled the lacy, spaghetti-strapped dress off the rack before showing it off to the camera.
She added: “It’s seventeen [Canadian] dollars. I’m scared, f**k.
“It looks small, I’m scared… It’s old, but we’ll see. You’re gonna have to stay tuned, everybody.”
The video has been watched 15m times and Sarah was gobsmacked to discover what the dress might be worth.
One astute viewer found the 1992 designer gown reselling for a whopping $9.8k (£8.2k).
They said: “I just looked this up on 1st dibs – from 1992 collection $9800.”
The exact model of the vintage piece is a Gianni Versace S/S 1992 Bustier Lace Bra Sheer Panels Slit Evening Dress Gown.
A second person added: “My jaw dropped. That’s not just Versace, it’s Vintage Versace. Best find ever!”
But viewers were divided on whether Sarah should keep the dress, or to sell on for a huge profit.
One commenter begged her to keep the dress, and said: “Girl don’t ever sell that. It looks like it was made for you.”
Another contested: “Girl do not keep it. It’s going for $9,800 online. That’s a good chunk of change.”
In a final video, posted on Tuesday, Sarah finally put on the dress.
Worries that it was “too small” were quickly forgotten, with one viewer saying that it “fits perfect”, and she “looks so great in it”.
But the question on everyone’s mind – did Sarah end up selling the dress?
The Daily Star has reached out to the TikToker to find out where the dress is destined.