BALTIMORE - Target issued an apology to its customers over the labeling of their dresses on their online site.
A shopper got extremely angry when she saw what the retail store had called the color of a dress in the plus size version compared to the name of the exact same dress in the standard regular size according to a Huffington Post story .
The dress for the standard was, dark heather gray, while the plus size dress was called, manatee gray.
The woman contacted target, and they apologized.
The mix-up was because the two different teams of buyers had an issue with communication.
They said manatee gray is a common color name for many of our products in store and online.
Here is one of Target's responses on Twitter:
@ fryxie We apologize for this unintentional oversight & never intend to offend guests. We've heard you, & we're in the process of fixing it.— AskTarget (@AskTarget) April 4, 2013
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