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    Ralph Lauren leaves fans baffled by selling £620 paint-splattered overalls

    ‘Pay to look like you work for a living!’: Ralph Lauren leaves fans baffled by selling £620 paint-splattered overalls that resemble a decorator’s uniform

    • Ralph Lauren has left fans baffled by advertising a pair of £620 overalls online 
    • The blue overalls are covered in white and orange paint stains and muddy knees 
    •  One fan joked people would be paying to look like they were working for a living

    Ralph Lauren has left fans baffled by advertising a pair of £620 overalls covered that are covered in fake paint stains.

    The blue cotton boiler suit has white and red splatters all over it and worn marks on the knees.

    Its kept together by gold zip and looks like something that could be warn by a painter-decorator.

    The blue cotton boiler suit has white and red splatters all over it and worn marks on the knees

    Ralph Lauren has left fans baffled by advertising a pair of £620 overalls covered that are covered in fake paint stains. The blue cotton boiler suit has white and red splatters all over it and worn marks on the knees.

    On its website, the US designer boasts about the Paint-Splatter Coveralls.

    ‘Made from Japanese cotton satin with the reverse side facing out.

    ‘Utility pockets. Allover paint splatters,’ the description reads.

    Dozens of customers has taken to Facebook to share their dismay at the garment.

    One customer joked about the painter and decorator chic garment.

    She said: ‘Pay to look like you work for a living.’

    The blue cotton jeans are covered in splatters of white and orange paint confusing dozen of customers

    The blue cotton jeans are covered in splatters of white and orange paint confusing dozen of customers

    The overalls cost a whopping £620 leaving customer completely baffled by the bizarre look

    The overalls cost a whopping £620 leaving customer completely baffled by the bizarre look

    Another said: ‘Laughing by f****** a***  off.’

    ‘Someone will buy this as well,’ said a third. 

    Ralph Lauren is offering a payment plan if shoppers can’t afford to pay for the pricey overalls in one go. 

    They are available in small, medium, large and extra large sizes.

    But they do come with free delivery because the order is over £70.

    It comes after fellow high end retailer Gucci left fans baffled by selling a pair of £525 slippers that resembled those worn by Catherine Tate’s character Nan.

    It comes after fellow high end retailer Gucci left fans baffled by selling a pair of £525 slippers that resembled those worn by Catherine Tate's character Nan

    It comes after fellow high end retailer Gucci left fans baffled by selling a pair of £525 slippers that resembled those worn by Catherine Tate’s character Nan 

    High fashion fans have been swapping their heels for cosy slippers in lockdown, but a certain very expensive new pair bores a striking similarity to the pair worn by Catherine Tate's character Nan

    High fashion fans have been swapping their heels for cosy slippers in lockdown, but a certain very expensive new pair bores a striking similarity to the pair worn by Catherine Tate’s character Nan

    Tate played Nan – also known as Joannie Taylor –  from 2004 to 2015, as part of her popular Catherine Tate show and in a number of spin offs. 

    On its website, the fashion house describes the unisex footwear by writing: ‘The women’s ankle boot is reinterpreted in textured fabrics, merino wool lining and a fabric covered midsole—elements that mimic slippers. 

    ‘One of Gucci’s signature design details, the Horsebit is shown on the top of the toe.

    ‘This wool is enhanced with the GG logo—first used in the 1970s, it’s an evolution of the original Gucci rhombi design from the 1930s.’

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