Clothing site accidentally uploads to-be-Photoshop'd image

We already know everything gets edited before it's uploaded to a website... hell, I even screenshotted this last night because something wasn't right about her boobs. 

But this one that ended up on the product page on Net-a-Porter is bad... because it shows everything they wanted slimmed down. And now I see why puffer jackets never look good once I put them on. 


Who cares if the bag gets slimmed? You can barely see the socks!

It's all just wrong... maybe not even as wrong as the fact this is for SOCKS.... that are 35 pounds.... and with a schoolgirl skirt that is even longer than the required length. I don't know, man. 

Of course, they've since fixed it... and the spokesman is speaking. 

"We post images that accurately represent the garments so that customers receive product they expect. This image was uploaded to our product page in error and the notes refer exclusively to the garments."

Oh... so..... accurately representing the garments... by changing them... right... totally makes sense. 



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