PLT shopper shares cropped top that exposes her bare chest on Twitter

What a boob! Shopper slams PrettyLittleThing after the crop-top she ordered exposed her bare BREASTS in the latest in a long line of online shopping fails

  • Online shopper Shireen Marie ordered £12 crop-top from Pretty Little Thing
  • Shared snaps of the top she had ordered compared to the one she received
  • Photos show the leopard print crop-top completely exposing her breasts  

A woman has become the latest customer to be disappointed by PrettyLittleThing after receiving a top that exposes her bare breasts. 

Shireen Marie ordered a leopard print crop-top and a coordinating skirt from the online retailer, only to discover that it left her nipples on display.

The disgruntled shopper shared a picture of her bare chest on Twitter over the weekend. 

Captioning the tweet she wrote: ‘Unfortunately #PLT did not live Upto outfit expectations this time. Don’t think it’s meant to be this revealing ey?’ 

She added ‘#bigboobproblems’ and ‘#expectionvsreality.’

Shireen Marie shared snaps of the VERY revealing top she received from PrettyLittleThing compared to the one that she ordered  

Shireen shared the pictures on Twitter in a tweet to PLT complaining about the ill-fitting item

The top, which is meant to be cropped above the chest, is on sale for £12 on PLT’s website and comes in both ‘burnt orange’ and black. 

‘It’s all about statement prints this season and we are obsessing over this crop top,’ the product description reads. 


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‘Featuring a burnt orange velvet fabric with all over leopard print, cut out detailing and a cropped length.

‘We love this styled with the matching skirt and barely there heels for a look everyone’s obsessing over.’  

In her response to her tweet, the company said it would investigate the fail. MailOnline has contacted PrettyLittleThing for a comment.  

Shireen complained to PLT on Twitter, Tweeting ‘don’t think it’s meant to be this revealing, ey?’

Shireen  (pictured last tear) was disappointed with her PLT purchase and tweeted #bigboobproblem and #exceptionvsreality

Shireen is not the only customer to complain about PLT’s products with a whole host of customers complaining about ill-fitting items.

Rhiannon Dishman, 19, from Colchester, in Essex also shared pictures of a PLT fail.

The customer service assistant decided to treat herself to a new dress for a night out she’d been planning with her girlfriends. 

Scouring the PrettyLittleThing website, she ordered what she believed to be a cobalt blue, figure-hugging wrap dress in her usual size 14.


Rhiannon Dishman was another customer to receive a disappointing order from the company this week

However, after trying on the £20 number, Rhiannon was left embarrassed when she discovered the ill-fitting outfit looked like a tent on her.

Rhiannon said: ‘I was going on a night out at the weekend, so thought I would buy myself a new dress.

‘This one looked perfect – it was a fitting wrap dress, which I thought would flatter me, so I ordered it.

 ‘When it arrived, it looked the exact same as the dress that I had seen on the website – until I decided to try it on.

‘It looked like I was trying to wear a tent, it was very baggy and the sleeves were massive, it wasn’t fitting at all like how it did on the models in the picture.’ 

 

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