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Girl buys PrettyLittleThing trousers so long they cover her boobs

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(Picture: Twitter/ellemorris; PrettyLittleThing)

A girl bought a pair of size 6 trousers from PrettyLittleThing that were so big they looked like a jumpsuit.

22-year-old Elle Morris shared a photo of herself holding the wide-leg trousers against her body, showing how instead of reaching just over her hips, they went all the way up to her chest.

Sharing the photo on Twitter, she wrote: @OfficialPLT size UK 6 trousers??? Erm sorry??

Elle said that although she is short, the trousers definitely wouldnt fit anyone.

Shed bought the size 6, £7 trousers on PLTs website earlier this month.

PrettyLittleThing slammed for gigantic size 6 trousers

(Picture: Twitter/ellemorris; PrettyLittleThing)

The product description reads: ”Switch up your wardrobe with a co-ord this season.

These trousers feature a stone printed fabric, a high waistline and a wide leg fit, team them with the matching top and heels for an effortless look.

This isnt the first time a PrettyLittleThing order hasnt looked like the picture shown on the website.

PrettyLittleThing slammed for gigantic size 6 trousers

(Picture: PrettyLittleThing)

At the beginning of this month, Lucy Anderson-Roberts bought a black crop top with a ripped design to pair with some high waist trousers.

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However,the rips in the top, which were supposed to sit across the rib cage, actually flashed Lucys nipples.

So, its safe to say she couldnt wear it out.

She said: I saw it in the sale a while ago and thought it would go great with a pair of high waisted trousers I have.

MERCURY PRESS. 12/12/18. Pictured: Lucy Anderson-Roberts, 27. Lucy Anderson-Roberts had bought the black cropped top from the online fashion site, Pretty Little Thing, hoping it would go nicely with some high waisted trousers. But the 27-year-old got a shock when she tried the ?5 t-shirt on, as the rips in it left her breasts exposed after Lucy thought the rips would fall across her midriff as advertised on the online retailer's website. Lucy, from Bath, Somerset, said: "I saw it in the sale a while ago and thought it would go great with a pair of high waisted trousers I have. SEE MERCURY COPY

(Picture: Mercury Press)

Before Id put it on I noticed that it wasnt quite right. The gaps werent in the right place. I thought there was no way thats going to fall below my boob.

I tried it on anyway and took a photo to send to my boyfriend. We were cracking up about it.

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I thought it was really funny but it does need to be raised because its a bit annoying that I cant wear the top.

I was a bit gutted about that.

Its meant to be a crop top style with that extra detail going along the middle area. Its a size 12 as well.

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