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Fashion is a mysterious world, with people seemingly willing to pay through their nose for some hideous attire.
But one of the world's most coveted fashion labels has faced a backlash from shoppers who were definitely not impressed with the price of their clothes.
People were outraged when they spotted a plain white t-shirt listed on French clothing site, Farfetch, for an incredible £270.
If white isn't your colour though, the t-shirt is also available in red, navy, and light blue.
One person wrote: "Scum. Just wrong in every way. Do I sound bitter. Damn right hhhh."
Another said: "Filth. Anyone who buys this might wish to buy a suitable applicator to insert t-shirt into the same crevice where their personality resides. Just sayin'.
While someone else added: "Bought by people who know the price of everything but the value of nothing."
The description of the logo piqué T-shirt, says: "Founded in 1913 by Mario Prada, the brand is known for producing timeless items with traditional Milanese craftsmanship. This white logo piqué T-shirt is crafted from cotton and features a round neck, short sleeves, a relaxed fit, a straight hem, a slim fit and a logo chest patch."
It goes on: "By the nineties, the brand had added a ready-to-wear clothing collection and became a premium status symbol. Prada's collections, which grew in the early nineties to include menswear and a diffusion line, Miu Miu, are marked by clean lines and modern streamlined silhouettes."
So how does the price Prada t-shirt compare to high street brands in the UK?
Well, more frugal shoppers out there aren't short of a bargain, with Next selling an alternative white shirt for just £6 - or if you've got a bit more cash to spare then you can bag a Hugo Boss t-shirt for £36.
Asda George is also selling a similar version for just £3.50, while Sainsbury's Tu range have a tee for £4.
And this isn't the first time a major fashion brand has been called out for the price of their clothing. Last year Gucci was slammed for selling a shirt with a Paramount logo on for an eye-watering £480.64.
LADbible has contacted Prada and Farfetch for comment about the t-shirt.
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