Young mom Danielle Armstrong beat up fashion retailer Zara for her “little” sizes in her latest social media post.
The 32-year-old former TOWIE star, who recently welcomed her first child, criticized the brand and urged Zara headquarters to reconsider her size following a fashion disaster.
When the blonde bombshell hit social media on Tuesday, she was really excited to show her fans that she could finally squeeze into size 12 jeans.
She went on to reveal that she bought the items from Zara six weeks ago before discovering that nothing matched her post-baby curves.
Over a month later, the reality star was overjoyed to reveal that she had finally slimmed down to a UK 1
Despite her excitement, Danielle had some stern words about size in Zara stores.
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She said, “I went to Zara and bought a lot of things and put on these UK size 12 jeans. I was a size 14-16 after I got Orla and we all know Zara, they are not very good in their size! “
“Everyone in Zara who is watching this headquarters doesn’t think it’s good that a big 12-14 is like it’s a big one!
She added, “I came home and tried all of my things on and it was a disaster. I couldn’t get these jeans up six weeks ago, it was impossible. Tom told me to keep them and I refused but lost the receipt. “
In a second blow to the retailers, Danielle then stated that Zara was an “absolute blast” when it came to returning clothes.
A Zara representative was asked to comment.
Despite the setback, Danielle was pleased to get back to her slimmer figure and finally put on her jeans.
In fact, Danielle isn’t the first celebrity to speak of the brand’s small size.
In July, Jacqueline Jossa raged after she couldn’t fit in a large pair of shorts, even though she is only a size 12.
At the time, the TV star said she was having a “breakdown” and criticized the size as “offensive”.
She then urged her fans not to feel bad about not fitting into certain brand sizes.
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