The Australian pajama brand Peter Alexander has been prosecuted to charge customers with more variants that are larger than their products.
The brand introduced its range of extended dimensions two years ago, and notes that it is proud to be "the only one […]
" To ensure comfort and that the fit is right, we use a different model for our regular collection, "said a spokesman for Peter Alexander IR .
" These are different models, together with the size of the production run and, to a lesser extent, the consumption of fabric , which affects the price of styles. We try to limit it as much as possible, and as the category and production grow, we hope to achieve parity between our collections. "
Clients have turned to social media to assess the debate, some see the logic in the brand position, while others believe that price discrepancy is unreasonable.
" Peter Alexander he charges to have more clothes in size than they cost for the same identical item of clothing in non plus size & # 39; . It is not the "same identical". It is the same design, but doubles the dimensions in order to double the material and the additional costs. I do not understand a few people, "tweeted a client.
Peter Alexander confronted him by charging more for clothes larger than those that pay for" the exact same piece of clothing in no more size "It is not the" same identity. "It is the same design, but doubles the size so as to double the material and the additional costs.I do not understand a few people 🤦🏻♀️🤦🏻♀️
– Jess💖 (@jesswill_) January 10, 2019
"This really makes me sick, peteralexanderofficial I'm also worried about $ 70 and $ 80! WTF? #peteralexander #fatphobic, "another said.
– Kimberley Malcolm (@KimberleySM) January 10, 2019
"My thoughts on the torch #PeterAlexander bearers? Just think about trying to buy a big drink, but just want to pay for a little one? More substance = more [money] "Another customer wrote.
My thoughts on #PeterAlexander PJ torch bearers?
Just think about trying to buy a big non-alcoholic drink, but I just want pay for a little one?
More substance = more 💰
– Frothy (@Frothy_boy) 10 January 2019
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