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A woman in London to be confirmed to Fox News that the online retailer had offered her a refund, and after that the trunks ordered them and they turned to be more transparent at the time that it hit the water.
Emily Charlton-Smith, 25, has recently been ordered, with a white Bow Bikini top from PrettyLittleThing, after all, the purchase of the same item in black, and have had no problems with it coming into contact with the water.
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“The fit is perfect and the quality was more than enough,” Charlton-Smith, tells Fox News of the black version, and it adds up to is that they believe that the white version was just as opaque.
“The fit is perfect and the quality was more than enough,” Charlton-Smith, telling Fox News in swimsuits, they ordered it from PrettyLittleThing.
“Well, the white bikini is more expensive than what I was supposed to be due to the material is thicker to avoid this situation,” she added. (The black version, which at the moment sells for 14 pounds, or about $17.50, and the white is going to be 17 pounds, or $21.)
Unfortunately, Charlton-Smith is believed to be incorrect, and if the white version was seen as a dive, effectively, to expose her friends to the swimming pool.
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Charlton-Smith immediately took her to the PrettyLittleThing’s customer service and told them that she had been “hurt” by the experience.
The agent, while the concept of asking for a video proof of it.
Representatives for the PrettyLittleThing apologized, but I told her these kinds of things “can be done” with the “free posing” options.
“You have to laugh at that, she asked me to make a video of it in the first instance, I think that would have sent most people over the edge, but I’ll let it play out, as I have worked in the retail business, and thus will always try to be helpful,” Charlton-Smith told Fox News.
They are, instead, sent them the pictures of the bathing suits that she modeled in her hands, in both wet and dry.
Charlton-Smith, illustrated the problem to the customer service representatives, one of whom shall be, in the first instance, ask for the video evidence to prove that.
The representative then apologized for the confusion, but said that this phenomenon “may be happening with the robots when wet,” and he later told us that it would be “expected”, especially with a bikini advertising for a “free pose”, which means that they are not meant to go in the water.
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“One of the best and the most damning part of it is that they are said to wear bikinis to the pool to pose for you,'” Charlton-Smith said. “Well, I would understand it if it was in a stunning silver bikini, but it’s so good,” she added.
“I posted it on my IG and story of Twitter, there are a lot of people are expressing their frustrations to me, and some of them have the same kind of things.”
“I posted it on my IG and story of Twitter, there are a lot of people are expressing their frustrations to me, and a number of similar experiences,” Charlton-Smith, claims to be.
Charlton-Smith also confirmed that, since the news of her in a transparent bikini went viral in the united kingdom, from PrettyLittleThing has apologized (for over an hour, and the video request and for a fee.
She also shared that she has become somewhat of a confidant for those who have been victims of similar incidents.
“I posted it on my IG and story of Twitter, there are a lot of people are expressing their frustrations to me, and a number of similar experiences,” she said.
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Charlton-Smith is far from the only shopper to make public the problems with the swimming pool pose” the offers of the online stores. In May, a woman in Wales, and was shocked to discover that the dye out of her in a bikini colored skin, and blue after wearing it in the water. And last September, it’s the Internet doesn’t seem to understand why one is $380, Gucci swimwear, it is not recommended to come in direct contact with the chlorine.”