You'd be shocked at how controversial articles of clothing can be.
Just consider the following examples...
Teens Do It Better
In 2011, American Apparel drew criticism for its "Teenagers Do It Better" shirt for its suggestive slogan. Get ready for more American Apparel to come.
Eat Less Shirt
Yup, it's Urban Outfitters again. The company stopped selling this "Eat Less" shirt in January 2014 after a lot of uproar and outrage. Way to mock eating disorders, Urban!
Yoga Pants and/or Leggings
Yoga pants during yoga? Obviously appropriate? Leggings under a long sweater or jacket? Ditto. But they've become a near-constant substitute for regular pants for many women going about their daily lives, which has resulted in much debate.
American Apparel Vagina Shirt
This shirt from American Apparel featured a bloody vagina. We wonder why people objected to it.
Vintage Kent State Shirt
Urban Outfitters actually put a shirt for sale that it called "vintage" and which recalled a massacre at Kent State in 1970.
Zara Nazi Shirt
Zara quickly yanked this children's shirt off its shelves after complaints that the stripes and six-pronged star made it look like uniforms worn by inmates in Nazi Germany.
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