A shopper has slammed PrettyLittleThing after she received a child’s cardigan from a completely different store instead of the jumper she ordered.
Twitter user Hevs Lacey vented her frustration on social media after she was sent an aged 6-7 girls Ladybird cardigan rather than fisherman cropped jumper.
Attacking the retail giant, she tweeted: ‘right there’s being sent something to big or doesn’t look the same as the photo.. then there’s sending a child’s f****** cardigan, plt wtf you playing at! (sic)’.
PrettyLittleThing doesn’t sell children’s clothes or items from other brands, so it seems that the mishap could have been the result of a rogue returner sending back the cardigan instead of the clothing they had purchased.
Instead of getting the jumper she ordered, Hevs was sent an aged 6-7 girls ladybird cardigan
Attacking the retail giant, she wrote: ‘right there’s being sent something to big or doesn’t look the same as the photo.. then there’s sending a child’s f**king cardigan, plt wtf you playing at!’
Hevs Lacey ordered this cropped pink jumper in medium from fashion giant PrettyLittleThing
She attached a screenshot of her order for a £12 cropped jumper, and the cardigan she received instead.
The knitwear was from the completely separate brand Ladybird with the company’s label still in place but it now has a PrettyLittleThing tag attached.
The tweet, which has racked up more than 600 likes since being shared last week, has been met with a plethora of replies.
One person wrote: ‘Oh my GOD hahahahaha I don’t think even I’m this unlucky! WTF has gone on there’.
Another said: ‘Woow does Ladybird even still exist??’
A third added: ‘Dying. Oh my god!’
The knitwear was from the completely separate brand Ladybird with the company’s label still in place but it now has a PrettyLittleThing tag attached
Hevs (pictured) said she had ‘no words’ for the online shopping fail from the company
The tweet, which has racked up more than 600 likes since being shared last week, has been met with a plethora of replies
Femail has contacted PrettyLittleThing and Ladybird for a comment.
It comes just days after a shopper was left shocked after discovering a pair of £15 Primark jeans on sale in TK Maxx for double the price at £29.99.
Richard Foster has been shopping at the stores Ilford branch when he spotted the overpriced jeans and took to Facebook to share his discovery.
Posting in the group TK MAXX Gallery of Horrors he wrote: ‘£29.99 for Primarks finest in Ilford.’
He then shared a snap of the men’s skinny 38 waist 32 leg denims from the budget high street brand.
A TK Maxx customer was left in shock after spotting a pair of £15 Primark jeans on sale in TK Maxx for double the price
Richard Foster has been shopping at the stores Ilford branch when he spotted the overpriced jeans and took to Facebook to share his discovery
The sales tag on the garment at TK Maxx in east London, said £29.99 reduced from an RRP of £85.
Speaking to the MailOnline a spokesperson for TK Maxx claimed that this is likely due to a ‘fraudulent’ return.
They said: ‘At TK Maxx, conducting our business with integrity means everything to us and we take great pride in offering our customers great value on high quality brand-name products.
Twitter user @SophiaCK from the US took the retailer to task over a plus-size jacket which was ridiculously over-sized in a series of hilarious tweets. She is the latest in a string of shoppers to have been left disappointed with the clothes they received from PrettyLittleThing
She shopper ordered an oversized £60 red coat expecting expecting a statement piece for winter. But the garment she received was so large it left her drowning in fabric, pictured
Twitter users were quick to offer their playful takes on the jacket, with one saying it could be a re-purposed Elmo costume
‘Unfortunately, from time to time a customer may return an item to our store fraudulently. While our store associates are trained to spot this, occasionally a mistake occurs.
Hevs criticism is not the first PrettyLittleThing has endured in recent months.
In January, twitter user @SophiaCK ordered an oversized £60 red coat expecting expecting a statement piece for winter. But when she received the garment it appeared to be at least three times too big, drowning her in fabric.
She shared a hilarious side-by-side comparison of herself in the coat alongside the model in the coat with the tweet: ‘The very rare occasion when the plus size item you ordered online is way bigger than expected,’ later adding: ‘Who wore it better?’