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Woman blasts PrettyLittleThing’s sizing and vows ‘never to buy’ from them again after her boobs burst out of bikini top

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A WOMAN has blasted PrettyLittleThing’s sizing after her boobs spilled out of a bikini top – despite buying one bigger than her usual size.

Lydia Ramsey, 20, shared a photo of her boobs squashed into a blue bikini, claiming she’s never buying swimwear from the brand again.

Lydia showed off a little more than she bargained for in this bikini
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Lydia, from Gloucester, took to Twitter to vent her fury after splashing out on a size 16 bikini – two sizes up from what she normally wears – but it still didn’t fit.

She tweeted: “Never buying a bikini from @OfficialPLT again, sizing is not right.

“This is two sizes bigger than my actual size.”

Lydia bought the bandage bikini in cobalt blue, costing £25, which comes in sizes four to 16.

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Her tweet has been liked hundreds of times, with one person saying: “Cannot believe this!”

Someone else said: “Happens to me every time and I even size up three sizes for bikini tops.”

A third wrote: “I am howling.”

And this person added: “Dead. Your norks still manage to look decent tho cudos for that.”

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People shared their shopping disasters after buying swimwear
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PLT replied to Lydia, saying: “Sorry to hear about this! Pop us a DM and we’ll be able to look into it for you.”

But people questioned the tweet, with one person commenting: “Interesting choice of words by saying ‘pop’.”

Fabulous Digital has reached out to PrettyLittleThing for comment.

Lydia bought the bandage bikini set, in cobalt blue
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  • Cobalt bandage bikini set, £25, PrettyLittleThing, £25 – buy now


 

In more fashion news, Missguided is selling a bikini for ONE POUND for a limited time only.

While this mum recreated a model’s sexy bikini ad to show how ridiculously skimpy the pants are.

And Nike has been accused of “normalising obesity” with plus-size mannequins in their London store.

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