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Stacey Solomon Brands Zara’s Clothing Sizes ‘Dangerous’ As She’s Forced To Buy A Large

Stacey Solomon Brands Zara’s Clothing Sizes ‘Dangerous’ As She’s Forced To Buy A Large

Stacey Solomon took to her Instagram stories to blast high street retailer Zara after she purchased a cardigan in Large expecting it to be baggy, but found it fit just fine, and was cropped.

The 28-year-old TV star explained how she'd done a Zara haul, purchasing three pastel coloured jumpers from the brands website. However when they turned up, she wasn't impressed to find the jumpers, which she ordered all in large, came up looking tiny.

Stacey took to Instagram to blast Zara (Credit: Instagram/@staceysolomon)
Stacey took to Instagram to blast Zara (Credit: Instagram/@staceysolomon)

Standing in front of her mirror, she posed for a photo in her new baby pink jumper with blue floppy collar alongside the caption: ""I found the highest waisted jeans in my wardrobe and it doesn't look too bad!

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"I still feel like I've been robbed of half a jumper though.

"£25 & where's the rest of it? Also I'm wearing a large because I thought it would be baggy."

She then went on to say: "I have no idea how they get away with calling this a large if I'm honest. It's dangerous sizing."

All Stacey's jumpers came up very short (Credit: Instagram/@staceysolomon)
All Stacey's jumpers came up very short (Credit: Instagram/@staceysolomon)
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Stacey was left disappointed after the jumpers were shorter than she expected, saying: "I ordered these jumpers from Zara online because I loved the colours and the buttons...

"But it is me or are they really short? I feel like so many clothes now are like crop tops... Are they short or am I just being an old fogey?"

We're definitely going with the former!

Tyla has reached out to Zara for a comment.

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This isn't the first time Zara has come under fire for its unrealistic sizing, with Jacqueline Jossa saying she had a mental breakdown after she was left unable to get into a pair of large shorts, despite being a size 12.

Speaking from her bed to her 2.8million followers, Jacqueline said: 'Loads of people asked me about my Zara haul because I went shopping the other night.

'To be honest, I had a mental breakdown yesterday basically because the sizing in Zara is offensive. Just not having it really. So I had to take a whole load of stuff back.'

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With the average dress size for women in the UK a size 16, the TV personality said she was worried about the impact on people shopping at the store who are over size 12.


Jacqueline said: 'I was shocked when I got home yesterday honestly. I'm a size 12 and the large wouldn't fit me from Zara.

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'I had to get the extra large which is not a problem but you know people who are over a size 14, size 16, size 18, do they just not shop in Zara?

'I didn't know that, I wasn't aware of that and I haven't shopped in Zara for years. So I kind of remember why I don't shop in there anymore.

We think someone needs to sort this issue out, and ASAP!

Featured Image Credit: PA

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Naomi Chadderton (FL)

Naomi is a freelance journalist working for Tyla. After graduating from The University of Nottingham, Naomi moved out to Dubai where she worked for Grazia Middle East and Harper's Bazaar Arabia. She is now back home and enjoying the London life.