We really hope this was a technical error… UK e-tailer Asos has made a lot of women seriously unhappy after they categorised a pair of UK size 10 shorts as Large.
The Pull & Bear shorts started at UK size 4, which had XS listed next to it, and finished at size 10, co-listed as L.
And of course, the internet noticed. Twitter users have had a field day lambasting Asos for body-shaming and promoting unrealistic expectations of women, saying the sizing sent a dangerous message to the girls and young women who shop on their site.
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Since a Twitter user called out the sizing gaffe, it’s had over 2000 likes and been shared nearly 600 times, the BBC reports.
Asos have since released a statement putting the sizing down to a “technical glitch” and have now changed their sizing categories for the shorts.