Parents have tweeted the supermarket about its new George summer clothing range for children which starts from four years and up
Asda shoppers have reacted with fury after spotting children’s crop tops as part of its new George summer clothing range.
The selection of crop tops start from seven to eight years old and cost £8 online and in stores.
But some parents weren’t impressed with the new choices.
One person tweeted: “What the hell are girls crop tops like Asda like my daughter absolutely hates them but for some reason 11 year old girls are expected to want them carry.
“Like HELLO, some young girls find it uncomfortable. Respond to both worlds.”
Another said: ‘I picked up clothes for madam from Asda and every t-shirt is a cropped t-shirt! Why!!”
A third said: ‘Went to Asda last night to buy my five year old a plain white long sleeve top. None anywhere.
“There were, however, loads of crop tops, bikinis, etc.”
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Responding to a tweet, Asda said: “Sorry to hear your daughter is not a fan…We have many more stylish tops available for her.
However, not all shoppers were outraged – with some praising the new range of crop tops in online reviews.
One said, “A cute fashionable crop top that fits perfectly!”
Another posted: “Nice little top…Good quality material…Good size.
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The crop tops are part of the George summer collection at Asda, although the supermarket isn’t the only one selling crop tops for kids.
Sainsbury’s, John Lewis and M&S are among other major retailers that also sell them.
An Asda spokesperson said: ‘We have a huge range of styles and choices that our customers love and this outfit is part of our new summer collection.
“The range is proving very popular with customers as the weather improves.”