Adele Fans Drag Topshop Over Their Appreciation Post
"12, 14, 16, 18, make some clothes that fit real people in"
It goes without saying that essentially everyone on the whole entire planet loves Adele.
With that cracking pair of lungs and hilarious personality to match, it's pretty much impossible not to be at least a tiny bit obsessed with her, so it comes as no surprise to see that clothing brand Topshop are also big fans.
But unfortunately an appreciation blog post they've written about the singer hasn't gone down too well with all Adele fans and many have taken to Twitter to object.
Currently only catering up to a size 16 and, like many other fashion brands, choosing sample size models to front their campaigns, it's the fact that Topshop don't use models with body types like Adele's that's got the fans confused at their choice to give her a shout out on their blog.
Some also pointed out that the brand are yet to embrace a more inclusive range of sizes of clothing.
"If you love her so much, why not start making clothes that fit her body?" journalist Nicolette Mason tweeted in response to the brand's tweet directing people to the article.
"12, 14, 16, 18, make some clothes real people fit in," another Adele fan wrote.
Speaking to Australian TV show 60 Minutes last year, Adele said: "I've always been asked questions about my body and my weight and my size and my style and stuff like that. It's a little bit annoying that men don't get asked that question as much."
"'But other than that it seemed to astound people that I was plus size and being successful, that was how I felt."
Still, what do you make of all this? Think it's time more high street brands embraced curvier models and a wider selection of clothing sizes or what?
Let us know with a tweet to @MTVStyleIntl.
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