Topman and Pretty Little Thing accused of replacing other brands labels with their own

Pretty Little Thing

Twitter users have accused fashion brands Topman and PrettyLittleThing of “ripping out” labels from other brands and re-selling items with their own tags.

On Friday, one Twitter user — who uses the Twitter handle @katiewaddilove — posted a photograph of a pair of Pretty Little Thing tracksuit bottoms on social media.

“So @OfficialPLT are selling £6-£12 fruit of the loom joggers, cutting the labels out and charging £20 for products they haven’t even manufactured themselves?” the Twitter user captioned the photograph.

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