China’s Uniqlo is Banning Woman From Trying Children’s Clothes After Super Sexy Fashion Trends Goes Viral
We know that the trends of being dress up in a cute and sexy way always attracts the opposite sex. While the Uniqlo of China recently has become a popular trend among women where fashion influencer on Chinese social media platform revealed that they’ve been wearing children’s clothing and these influencers in small and undersized clothing have lured netizen to follow these trends.
These trends were started by Brandy Melville, which has caused some controversy for its “one size fits all” policy, with many customers expressing distaste for their non-inclusive clothing items. However, instead of creating more (larger) sizes, Brandy Melville is notoriously known for offering clothing in just one size, according to Today.
With the clothes size only available in sizes XS or S, many girls are being fed into the idea of being skinny can be beautiful and a woman in China has resorted to buy children’s clothes from Uniqlo as they’re tighter and more revealing. The trend has become so popular that apparently, UNIQLO in China’s mainland has banned adults from trying on children’s clothing.
The staff in charge said that a few adults had tried on children’s clothes which cause the clothes to becomes deformed and out of shape and some clothes even had makeup stains left on them as the adults trying to squeeze into the tiny clothes.