Thursday 19 July 2018

Controversial 'Skinny' vest taken off sale

Online retailer Pretty Little Thing has been forced to remove a vest from sale after it was accused of promoting eating disorders.
Online retailer Pretty Little Thing has been forced to remove a vest from sale after it was accused of promoting eating disorders.

Online retailer Pretty Little Thing has been forced to remove a vest from sale after it was accused of promoting eating disorders.

Consumers have reacted with anger to the firm's gym top which was emblazoned with the words "Am I Skinny Yet?".

In response to the controversy surrounding the top, Pretty Little Thing said: "We'd like to apologise to any of our customers who felt any offence by this.

"We take these allegations extremely seriously and encourage young girls to be happy and healthy whatever their weight, shape or size."

Irish Independent

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