Walmart Costumes Plus Size

(CNN)– Walmart found itself sending apology. by a reader who stumbled upon it while looking for costumes. It was basically a collection of costumes that you’d usually find on the site’s plus-size.

On 27 October 2014, a popular blog published a post concerning retailer Walmart’s unusual marketing for a subset of plus-sized costumes. Instead of the standard “ plus-size ” or “extended sizes”.

Shrill’s costume designer Amanda Needham shared. Easton herself brought up the issue with plus size clothing in Shrill’s debut season, saying, "Everything is either a big Indiana Walmart sack or it.

But sexy costumes for plus-size women are just the tip of the coral reef. The vast majority of ensemble hunters will turn to grocer-retailers such as Target and Walmart or specialty stores like.

Until a little after 11 a.m. on Monday, Walmart advertised costumes for plus-size women on their website as "Fat Girl Costumes." The section name was discovered by a Jezebel reader Kristyn Washburn,

Today, Walmart apologized for labeling an online page ‘Fat Girl Costumes.’ The retail giant featured the offensive heading on a page selling costumes for plus-size women launched on Monday. Twitter.

I knew I had to find a costume that would not only impress people, but fit. A Google search for “plus-size Halloween costumes” led me to Walmart (the same retailer that, as recently as 2014 labeled.

Despite growing complaints on Twitter, Walmart has yet to remove a section for "fat girl costumes" on its website. The plus-size Halloween costume section was first pointed out by Kristyn Washburn who.

For reasons that defy explanation, retail giant Walmart listed at least some of its plus-size Halloween costumes under a section called "Fat Girl Costumes." Jezebel first reported on the bizarre.

It was an actual category of costumes on the Wal-Mart website. "This never should have been on our site. It is unacceptable, and we apologize. We are working to remove it as soon as possible and.

It’s an insult.” On social media, people have voiced their disappointment with the retailer: By Monday afternoon, Walmart had replaced the “Fat Girl Costumes” subhead with “Women’s Plus Size Halloween.

Now the link takes you to a section with a more appropriate label: "Women’s Plus Size Halloween Costumes." A spokesperson for Walmart tells E! News in a statement: "This never should have been on our.

The Twitterverse said “Boo" — as in “wrong approach, Walmart,” not as in “time for a Halloween fright.” The category, which has since been changed to the more politically correct “plus size,”.

Jezebel was first notified by an online shopper of the insane description of costumes, which resembled those in the Women’s Plus Size Adult section. One shopper also pointed out on Twitter: "@Walmart.

Walmart has been forced to apologize for listing plus-size Halloween outfits on its website under the offensive heading of "Fat Girl Costumes." The retail giant sparked outrage early Monday after the.

Update (9/24/15): A rep from Walmart confirmed that the costume has been. surprising coming from a store that last year referred to their plus-size Halloween outfits as "Fat-Girl Costumes.".

Walmart found itself sending apology. by a reader who stumbled upon it while looking for costumes. It was basically a collection of costumes that you’d usually find on the site’s plus-size women’s.

The big-box behemoth offended legions of shoppers days before Halloween when a section of Walmart’s site devoted to the holiday was discovered to be labeled “Fat Girl Costumes.” Upon inspection, it.

It’s an insult.” On social media, people have voiced their disappointment with the retailer: By Monday afternoon, Walmart had replaced the “Fat Girl Costumes” subhead with “Women’s Plus Size Halloween.