THEY’RE a fast fashion website known for their low prices.
But when one woman ordered a load of clothes for summer from Pretty Little Thing, she was left disappointed when the majority of them didn’t fit.
Emma Hill was left fuming when she ordered a load of clothes from PLT, only to find that the majority didn’t fit herCredit: tiktok
A green dress was also incredibly ill-fitting on EmmaCredit: tiktok
A pink corset top also didn’t quite fit Emma, but the cream trousers that she teamed it with didCredit: tiktok
Emma Hill took to TikTok to share a video of herself trying on her haul, as she wrote: “What I ordered vs what I got (PLT edition).”
First up was a green shirt dress with a wrap feature on the front, which did nothing for Emma’s curvy figure.
She hoped for more success with a black cut-out minidress but once again was disappointed, as the dress was far too tight and far too short.
A blue crossover long-sleeved top and green satin top were more promising, with Emma smiling as she tried them on, as was a pair of leather-look trousers.
“I forgot to zip them up,” she added.
Emma also tried on a pink corset top, which was a terrible fit, as she struggled to pull it down to make it look better.
However, the cream trousers she paired it with fit her like a glove, with Emma grinning widely as she posed for the camera.
Despite a few of the things fitting her, Emma was still annoyed about the majority not fitting, and captioned her video: “the audacity of plt is too much.”
The comments section was quickly flooded with people who have had similar experiences with PLT, with one writing: “You look amazing, but is it just me but they do not cater for people with front belly fat.
“I have front belly fat and sooo insecure about it. I guess I need to feel happier in my own skin.
“But I just can’t find fashion that suits my belly shape.”
“I know so annoying,” another person replied.
“I’m a size 16/18 and have apron skin on my belly and it’s so obvious in tight fitting clothes – need more clothes for bellies.”
“They all look so diff in real life and I find this 99% of the time too,” someone else commented.
She had more success with a green top that clung to her curvesCredit: tiktok
And a pale blue wrap over top also looked chic with some leather-look trousersCredit: tiktok