Identical items of clothing on sale for different prices across Boohoo’s brands is down to a ‘genuine mistake’ and not ‘business practice’, mua Túi xách nữ hàng hiệu xách nữ đẹp the fast fashion giant has said.
The multi-billion pound brand, which owns Debenhams, Dorothy Perkins, Warehouse, Túi xách nữ hàng hiệu xách nữ đi làm Oasis, and Karen Millen among others, faced questions this week after an identical mushroom coat was found on sale at £89 in upmarket retailer Coast but just £65 at Dorothy Perkins.
Later, across the Boohoo brands, with the group selling a black coat in Warehouse for £18, while it was on sale at Oasis at £27.
In a third discovery a woman from Winchester revealed she felt ‘lied to’ after discovering the
Speaking today, a spokesperson for the brand told the BBC the issue effected ‘about 10 lines out of thousands’ and it was due to an error in their brands buying up stock from suppliers who usually sell clothes to retailers who had closed during the pandemic.
The Boohoo group revealed they were launching a probe after an investigation revealed their brands were selling identical items for Túi xách nữ da mềm hàng hiệu vastly different prices. And it appears the coat isn’t the only item with a price disparity across the Boohoo brands, with the group selling a black coat in Warehouse for £18, Túi xách nữ da mềm hàng hiệu while it was 150 per cent more expensive in Oasis at £27.
At Warehouse, an identical coat was only £18, 150 per cent less than in Oasis
Boohoo has now said said it had not realised its their companies had bought the same items and branded and priced them differently.
A spokesperson told that the different pricing of identical coats were part of an issue that arose due to the coronavirus pandemic and non-essential shops closed their doors.