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Women Are Struggling To Fit This Mesh Shirt Over Their Heads

In case you haven't noticed, mesh shirts are all the rage right now.

Whether you're clubbing on a Friday night or taking a weekend beach trip, they're perfect staples for your summer wardrobe and I can't wait to get my hands on one.

Apparently, I'm not the only gal who's been longing for a cute mesh top, because a ton of women on Twitter have already purchased their own online.

Unfortunately, the shirts everyone bought from PrettyLittleThing.com are a tad difficult to put on.

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OK... they're actually impossible to put on.

Olivia Skuce, 21-year-old from Northern Ireland, brought attention to the troublesome top on Monday when she posted two pictures on Twitter of herself struggling to get the mesh shirt around her head. It's safe to say we've all been there before.

She wrote, "Hi @OfficialPLT just wondering why your top won't fit over my head.

OOF. That does not look comfortable.

After she posted the pictures of her face smooshed against the black mesh, Twitter users began commenting on the tiny neck hole, claiming "these are unrealistic skull expectations."

Soon enough, Olivia's tweet went viral and women who purchased the same shirt began sharing their own photos of themselves trying to get the top over their heads.

The struggle is so, so real.

Luckily, one woman was able to get the shirt on -- but it appears she's having some trouble taking it off.

"It's a global problem."

C'mon, ladies! We can get through this!

The struggle is still worth a mirror selfie.

This looks incredibly uncomfortable.

It's the effort that counts.

"Sort your shit out."

Ladies, don't panic -- you aren't alone.

Well, at least Olivia knows she isn't alone. It looks like almost every since woman who bought this mesh shirt can't fit it over their heads.

Apparently, PrettyLittleThing.com removed the top from their website and offered refunds to women who purchased them, Buzzfeed News reports.

Hopefully they send these women new shirts in realistic sizes so they can rock a mesh top this summer without an issue.