PLT sell jumpsuit inspired by woman who dyed jumpsuit with wine

PrettyLittleThing launch a tie-dye jumpsuit inspired by a woman who went viral after ‘dyeing’ her white outfit with FOUR glasses of red wine when it got stained

  • Eleanor Walton, 19, from Leeds, thought jumpsuit was ruined by red wine splash
  • Her friend, Mia Williamson, decided to soak Eleanor’s jumpsuit in more wine 
  • Now  Pretty Little Thing are selling a jumpsuit inspired by now viral garment
  • £25 burgundy ‘tie-dye’ piece is near identical to Ellie and her friend’s design
  • Eleanor tweeted: ‘If I see anyone out in this I will buy you a drink’ 

Pretty Little Thing is selling a burgundy tie-dye jumpsuit inspired by a woman who soaked her garment in red wine after she was splashed by a friend.

Eleanor Walton, 19, from Leeds, was enjoying a day out at Ripon Races with friends when her white jumpsuit was ‘ruined’ by a splash of red wine.  

However, her friend, Mia Williamson, 18, decided to tackle the issue head-on – and soaked Eleanor’s jumpsuit in more wine, so she didn’t just have one red blotch. 

The girl’s ‘genius move’ quickly went viral, and now PLT have launched a jumpsuit inspired by the wine splash design.    


Pretty Little Thing have now launched a jumpsuit near identical to the garment created by Eleanor Walton and her friend Mia Williamson (left, the wine stained jumpsuit and right, the PLT piece) 

 

Both were stunned to see PLT had picked up their design, with Eleanor saying if she saw anyone out wearing it, she would buy them a drink 

Upon hearing the news that their make-shift jumpsuit had been launched as a product by the brand, Mia posted: ‘Cannot believe we made this baby.’

Meanwhile Eleanor tweeted: ‘As if! If I see anyone out wearing this I’m buying you a drink.’ 

The girls went viral last week with their creation after sharing their ingenious plan on Twitter. 

Mia posted: ‘So we’re 2 hours into the races, and El comes and tells me someone has spilled red wine down her… no problem.  

Eleanor pictured before and after her friend Mia came up with the ‘genius’ solution to soak her jumpsuit in wine


Eleanor attempting to dry the wine on her jumpsuit under a hand dryer and before the incident

‘Got some more red wine and fixed it and I think we’ve just made a new product to PLT’s festival range.’ 

The online retailer noticed the mesdsage, and tweeted their approval of the women’s initiative by responding: ‘Safe to say that wasn’t a ‘pour’ decision.’ 

Mia’s tweet went viral, racking up 41k likes and 3.5k retweets – along with many comments admiring her initiative. 

And impressed social media users were quick to praise the results, with one person calling the idea ‘genius’ and another hailing it as ‘pure artistry.’ 

Mia revealed that she used four glasses of red wine to salvage her friend’s jumpsuit, with many people online saying that the result looked better than the original

Eleanor’s friend Mia later revealed that she used four glasses of red wine to salvage her friend’s jumpsuit

Pretty Little Thing, the company that made the jumpsuit, even got in on the fun and Tweeted Mia back saying: ‘Safe to say that wasn’t a “pour” decision’ 

Mia revealed that she used four glasses of red wine to salvage her friend’s jumpsuit, with many saying that the result looked better than the original. 

Eleanor tweeted later, saying: ‘I don’t know what part of my brain told me this was the reasonable solution hahaha.’  

After dousing the garment in wine, Eleanor attempted to dry the liquid by placing herself beneath the hand dryer. 

The Burgundy Tie Dye Scuba High Neck Tie Waist Jumpsuit from PLT is near identical to Eleanor and Mia’s red wine design 

Some fans speculated the girl’s original design looked better than the retailer’s version of the tie-dye jumpsuit 

Now it seems the retailer has been inspired by the girl’s creation, and are selling the Burgundy Tie Dye Scuba High Neck Tie Waist Jumpsuit for £25 online.

Fans were unsure if it was as good as the girl’s original though, with one saying: ‘Why does yours still look so much better though?’

Another added: ‘Yours looks better!’  

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