By Sean Poulter And Matt Oliver For The Daily Mail
Published: 23:54 GMT, 27 November 2020 | Updated: 23:54 GMT, 27 November 2020
Shoppers accused the brand of fuelling the throwaway culture and killing the high street with deals promising 99 per cent reductions.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
The website was littered with items selling for less than £1 on Friday, including a baby blue polyester off-the-shoulder bodycon dress, which was marked down from £8 to 8p. Trousers were on sale for as little as 15p.
The brand is owned by Boohoo, which was offering 90 per cent discounts, with dresses selling for only £2.