M&S confuses customers with their sunrise bikini collection, which has a very unique design flaw.
The heat wave has started in England and the sun is out, which means it’s time to put away your winter clothes and start thinking about your summer wardrobe.
Ok granted. it is not quite swimsuit weather yet, but it won’t be long before people start shopping for their new beach swimwear and accessories.
So as with every year, Marks & Spencer has now revealed their summer collection to moisten the taste buds of ladies looking to show off that perfect beach body. But unfortunately, this year there is a very unique pattern.
So, what is all the fuss you might ask, well, the £36.50 Printed Lace up Plunge Bikini Set does feature a sunset design, this is true, however many customers believe the bottoms look like a period stain.
On the Marks & Spencer website, the description reads: “Our palm print bikini top is a stunning way to make an entrance when you head poolside this summer.
“In a striking ombre design, this halterneck bikini top has a playful lace-up front detail with metallic trims.”
After they shared the image on a parenting Facebook page, many people commented and voiced their shock and opinion at the design, reports Mail Online.
One customer had written: “Is it me or should they sack the designer!? Definitely not a look I want to be going for this summer!”
Other comments were: “Haha, why have none of the models or designers noticed! Unless it’s meant to look like that.”
And: “OMG why would they do that?”