The woman who spent £98 on a PLT outfit “looked like a cheap Quality Street wrapper,” according to the wrapper.

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A woman who spent £98 on a PLT outfit “looked like a cheap Quality Street wrapper,” according to the wrapper.

Chloe, a TikTok user, posted a video of herself opening a PLT Premium co-ord and trying it on.

She wasn’t impressed, however, because she was “left looking like a cheap Quality Street” wrapper in the ensemble.

As a treat to herself, a woman spent £98 on a Premium PrettyLittleThing co-ord.

She wasn’t impressed, however, because she was ‘left looking like a cheap Quality Street’ wrapper in the ensemble.

Chloe, who goes by the handle @chloe_pluck00xx on TikTok, posted a video of herself opening and trying on the PLT Premium item.

As she slammed the outfit, the crowd burst out laughing.

Chloe’s troubles began even before she opened the package containing the £60 top and £38 skirt.

She expressed disappointment that the outfit arrived in standard PLT packaging, despite the fact that many other high-end brands carefully wrap their packages.

Chloe thought the color was lovely, but the quality of the items disappointed her.

“I ordered from the PLT Premium range,” she explained in the video.

It’s an absurdly high-priced collection.

“It doesn’t appear to be of higher quality than usual, and it even warns that the color may fade.”

So far, I’m not sure what I’ve paid £98 for.”

“Really not sure on it, it’s definitely not worth £98,” Chloe said after putting the outfit on.

She also complained about the sizing, claiming that the top was too small for a size 14 and the skirt was far too wide on the hips for a size 12.

It feels like an extortionate rip-off.

“Really, nearly £100? The top is really good quality, but the top was £60, and I’m not paying £60 for this.”

PLT Premium isn’t worth the money.”

The video quickly went viral, garnering 27,000 likes, with many people agreeing that the clothing was not worth nearly £100.

One person commented, “I mean, you look great, but your outfit reminds me of Quality Street.”

“Sis RETURN, definitely not worth the money,” one person said.

“I feel like you can see the skirt looks a bit cheap,” said a third.

“98???? That material also looks cheap, what a joke,” said a fourth.

Another PrettyLittleThing customer made headlines in September after purchasing a product from the company.

Lindsey Smith, 39, purchased the one-piece outfit to unwind in, but when she tried it on, she felt “two.”

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