Someone Renamed Designer's Latest Collection With Comical New Names.
Have you ever looked at an actual clothing catalog or online catalog and felt like the names and descriptions of certain items felt more like they were body shaming their customers? Take a look at some and you might be shaking your head in shock and wondering, who'd want to buy these with a name like that? Well, one shopper felt that way too, particularly about Zara, so she went ahead and renamed the company's latest items with more creative and in some cases, hilarious names to prove a point. You certainly wouldn't want to mess with this shopper, because she's armed with a Sharpie and she's not afraid to use it to change your mind.
When Zara gives you waist checker trousers, you just need a little magical assistance.
Lucy Clemson, a businesswoman from London, started tweeting photos of Zara's clothing lines, but she decided to add a little twist to them by rebranding them with a bit of sarcastic humor.
Could someone call Kermit and ask if he's seen Ms. Piggy lately?
While Clemson's tactics might seem scathing, Twitter users are absolutely loving her sassy critiques and retweeting them. In fact, her tweets have gotten over 7,000 likes and shares in such a short time.
Clemson also felt that some clothing items were feeling a bit Cadbury.
So, since the print looked strikingly similar to the chocolate tin that's known all around the world, she decided to rename it this, and honestly, we totally see it.
That shirt certainly seems to be exactly what Clemson is doing to Zara.
Her mockery of the company's online catalog has been making waves, and she's clearly not a fan of words on a shirt. At the very least, she'd ask that there was some meaning behind the words.
Clemson was totally ruthless when it came to this clingy metallic pink shirt.
She compared the roll neck to sausage casing because it not only looked tight on the model but was shiny as well. But if anything, it seems to be drawing more attention to Zara's collection of clothes.
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