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A mother has branded PrettyLittleThing “disgusting” after they ordered a size 8 dress that was so small that it fits her four-year-old daughter in the place.
Kirsty Dee took to Twitter to vent her anger on the brand, sharing a photo of her little girl, Molly, wearing the black dress.
She opened the clothing company, saying she was “so angry,” if she had bought the dress for a birthday party, but now could not wear that.
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Kirsty had bought the classic LBD, which featured a t-shirt cut, but when she tried on the dress that she could barely get it over her head.
The mother later tweeted a photo of the dress — clearly the size eight label — in addition to Molly modeling the dress.
“I think it’s just disgusting how they promote body confidence and send me a dress that not be suitable for a size 6 – 8,” Kristy told Fantastic Digital.
“I feel terrible at first, but laughed at him when I saw it with my 4-year-old. I couldn’t get it over my head,” she added.
“I was so angry, I bought it for my friend’s birthday BBQ the day after.”
Kirsty bought basic black pocket detail T-shirt dress, for 10 pounds, or about $12.70, and it also comes in sizes six and four.
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She vented her anger on PrettyLittleThing on social media, tweeting: “So bought these in a size 8 @OfficialPLT not even on my head and just fits my 4 year old daughter! Really?????”
After Kirsty called out the retailer on social media, they responded to her and apologized for their mistake.
“It is unfortunate to see that there is a problem with the clothes you bought,” the company wrote. “If you can send us a DM with your order number and the name of the item, we can look into getting this arranged for you.”
Fabulous Digital reached PrettyLittleThing for a response.
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The brand also came under fire from another shopper, who claimed to have bought a playsuit covered in blood.
PLT, however, is also the sale of giant festival of wings, and the fans are apparently loving them.
This article originally appeared on The Sun. Read more content out of The Sun here.