The top from PrettyLittleThing and the picture posted on Twitter

Woman confused by top she ordered from PrettyLittleThing that had a Boohoo label

Ordering clothes online can be a bit of a minefield.

Sometimes the sizing is off or it doesn’t look like it did on the website.

But one woman spotted that the top she ordered from PrettyLittleThing was labelled with the name of a completely different website.

The shopper posted the picture of the roll neck brown top on Twitter, tagging the stores and posting a few confused face emojis.

The fabric label sewed onto the top says Boohoo, but the attached paper label says PrettyLittleThing.

It might seem a bit strange but the two brands are actually owned by the same group.

Both stores were set up by members of the Kamani family, with Boohoo acquiring 66% of PLT in December 2016.

The top from PrettyLittleThing and the picture posted on Twitter

Both stores are famous for selling all sorts of quirky items.

Who can forget the ‘welding sunglasses’?

The visor glasses cover your eyes, nose and lips and people pointed out they were reminiscent of something you would use for carrying out metal work.

And of course, there was the fully transparent outfit that made you look like you are wrapped in clingfilm from PrettyLittleThing.

The range features plastic jeans, a mini skirt, a crop top and a cropped jacket – so although you are fully clothed, you can see all the skin underneath.

There’s lime, hot pink and lilac versions – so you could even mix and match your plastic clothes.

So if that’s your style, get ordering – but don’t be concerned if something turns up with a Boohoo label.

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