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Is this the most inventive solution to a red wine spill ever? Woman who spilled claret down her white jumpsuit SOAKS it to create a whole new design

Daily Mail logo Daily Mail 7/21/2019 Leigh Mcmanus For Mailonline
a person throwing a frisbee: Pictured, Eleanor at the start of her day out before the accident © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Pictured, Eleanor at the start of her day out before the accident

A woman's friend swooped to the rescue with a 'genius' solution after someone spilled a glass of wine on her white jumpsuit during a day at the races. 

Eleanor Walton, from Leeds in the U.K., was enjoying a day out with pals when the dreaded accident happened. 

a woman standing in front of a mirror posing for the camera: After the jumpsuit was accidentally soaked in wine © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited After the jumpsuit was accidentally soaked in wine

However, her friend, Mia Williamson, decided to tackle the issue head on and soaked Eleanor's jumpsuit in more wine, so she didn't just have one red blotch. 

a woman standing in a room: After Eleanor's jumpsuit was doused by her friend © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited After Eleanor's jumpsuit was doused by her friend

And impressed social media users were quick to praise the results, with one person calling the idea 'genius' and another hailing it as 'pure artistry.'

Last night, Mia took to Twitter and penned: 'So we’re 2 hours into the races, and El comes and tells me someone has spilt red wine down her... no problem. Got some more red wine and fixed it and I think we’ve just made a new product to PLTs festival range.' 

And the online retailer Pretty Little Things (PLT) noticed and tweeted their approval of the women's initiative by responding: 'Safe to say that wasn’t a ‘pour’ decision.' 

a screenshot of a cell phone: Pretty Little Thing, the company that made the jumpsuit, even got in on the fun and Tweeted Mia back saying: 'Safe to say that wasn't a © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Pretty Little Thing, the company that made the jumpsuit, even got in on the fun and Tweeted Mia back saying: 'Safe to say that wasn't a

Mia's tweet has since gone viral, racking up 167k likes and 16k retweets - along with many comments admiring her initiative.  

Mia revealed that she used four glasses of red wine to salvage her friend's jumpsuit, with many saying that the result looked better than the original. 

a screenshot of a cell phone

© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited

Eleanor tweeted today, saying: 'I don’t know what part of my brain told me this was the reasonable solution hahaha.'  

After dousing the garment in wine, Eleanor attempted to dry the liquid by placing herself beneath the hand dryer. 

Eleanor attempting to dry the wine on her jumpsuit under a hand dryer © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Eleanor attempting to dry the wine on her jumpsuit under a hand dryer

And while the result was visually brilliant, many people did question the fact she probably smelled strongly of wine.

One user wrote: 'Yuck. Walking around smelling like stale wine,' while another said: 'She looks cuter - this is awesome!'

 

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