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Girls £20 bodycon dress ends up showing more than she bargained for

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A woman has said she will never buy from PrettyLittleThing again after her thigh-split mini dress covered less than shed hoped.

The £20 bodycon dress features an extreme thigh split and a plunging neckline, but Ashley Nicole Teran was pretty surprised when the dress turned out to be a lot more revealing than shed thought.

Sharing images to Twitter, she wrote: This is the worst purchase Ive ever made.

I only weigh 100lbs Im a size 2… Never buying from here again!

BLACK EXTREME THIGH SPLIT PANELLED PLUNGE BODYCON DRESS (Picture: PrettyLittleThing)

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She added: Im just disappointed that I waited over two weeks for a shirt, basically lol… Im in shock..

Pretty Little Thing replied: Sorry that you are disappointed Ashley i can totally understand where your coming from please can you DM me with your order number so i can get this sorted for you.

A shopper has hit out at fashion shop Pretty Little Thing?s sizing after ordering a little black dress that barely covered her modesty. Ordering clothes online means you always run the risk of buying something that doesn't quite fit. Ashley Nicole Teran from Miami, Florida posted on social media about the purchase after buying a black though split dress from the retailer which was so small for her it barley covered her knicker line. She said of the ?20 dress Black Extreme Thigh Split Panelled Plunge Bodycon Dress ?THIS IS THE WORST PURCHASE IVE EVER MADE LMAOOO I only weigh 100lbs I?m a size 2. Never buying from here again!? ?I?m just disappointed that I waited over two weeks for a shirt, basically lol? And after posting a hilarious picture online of her trying on the the dress she received various messages, @Samyyy__ said ?I still can?t believe it. I?ve never had an issue but sometimes their sizes are off? While others were happier to see the funnier side of the tweet @Freekyoulater posted ?I?ve notice that in life everything is a matter of prospective, your dress is now a piece of lingerie lmao? Women face a sizeable challenge when it comes to finding clothes that fit on and can often leave fitting rooms feeling frustrated. A recent test by Good Morning Britain?revealed that 83 per cent are forced to buy a larger size, while one in three women?say it has negative impact on their self-esteem. The company responded to Ashley tweet very quickly offering to sort out the issue. ENDS

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A spokesperson said: The team got in touch with Ashley after seeing the tweet and offered for her to return the item for a full refund as well as any postage cost incurred.

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Ashley hasnt as of yet come back to us.

A shopper has hit out at fashion shop Pretty Little Thing?s sizing after ordering a little black dress that barely covered her modesty. Ordering clothes online means you always run the risk of buying something that doesn't quite fit. Ashley Nicole Teran from Miami, Florida posted on social media about the purchase after buying a black though split dress from the retailer which was so small for her it barley covered her knicker line. She said of the ?20 dress Black Extreme Thigh Split Panelled Plunge Bodycon Dress ?THIS IS THE WORST PURCHASE IVE EVER MADE LMAOOO I only weigh 100lbs I?m a size 2. Never buying from here again!? ?I?m just disappointed that I waited over two weeks for a shirt, basically lol? And after posting a hilarious picture online of her trying on the the dress she received various messages, @Samyyy__ said ?I still can?t believe it. I?ve never had an issue but sometimes their sizes are off? While others were happier to see the funnier side of the tweet @Freekyoulater posted ?I?ve notice that in life everything is a matter of prospective, your dress is now a piece of lingerie lmao? Women face a sizeable challenge when it comes to finding clothes that fit on and can often leave fitting rooms feeling frustrated. A recent test by Good Morning Britain?revealed that 83 per cent are forced to buy a larger size, while one in three women?say it has negative impact on their self-esteem. The company responded to Ashley tweet very quickly offering to sort out the issue. ENDS

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The item is listed as being “extreme” thigh split within the product description.

This isnt the first time someone has had an issue with PLTs clothing.

Just recently we wrote about a girl who bought a shredded crop top that ended up flashing her nipples. Luckily she was able to see the funny side.

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