A MUM has branded PrettyLittleThing 'disgusting' after she ordered a size eight dress which was so small it fit her four-year-old daughter instead.
Kirsty Dee took to Twitter to vent her fury at the brand, sharing a photo of her little girl, Molly, wearing the black dress.
She hit out at the clothing company saying she was "so angry", as she had bought the dress for a birthday party, but now couldn't wear it.
Kirsty splashed out on a classic LBD in a T-shirt cut, but when she tried on the frock she could barely get it over her head.
The mum shared a photo of the dress – clearly showing the size eight label – alongside Molly modelling the frock.
She told Fabulous Digital: "I just think it's disgusting how they promote body confidence and then send me a dress not fit for a size 6 – 8.
"Made me feel awful at first but laughed it off when I saw it fit my 4-year-old.
"I couldn't get it over my head.
"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 – which also comes in sizes six and four.
She vented her fury at PrettyLittleThing on social media, tweeting: “So bought this in a size 8 from @OfficialPLT wouldn’t even go over my head and just fits my 4 year old daughter! Really?????”
After Kirsty called out PLT on social media, they responded to her and apologised for their mistake.
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They said: “So sorry to see that there is an issue with the dress you bought.
“If you could please drop us a DM with your order number and the name of the item we can look into getting this sorted for you.”
Fabulous Digital has reached out to PrettyLittleThing for a comment.
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