PrettyLittleThing dress with built-in FACE MASK sells out online after Lottie Moss was spotted in it


Covid couture! PrettyLittleThing £15 dress with a built-in FACE MASK sells out online after Lottie Moss was spotted in it

  • The black body-con frock currently retails at just £15 from PrettyLittleThing 
  • Sold out quickly after model Lottie Moss was seen wearing the outfit in London 
  • Includes ear straps at the top, meaning fabric can be pulled up over the mouth

A little black dress that could be the answer to pandemic fashion needs because it includes a built-in face covering has become an online hit. 

The black body-con frock, which currently retails at £15 from PrettyLittleThing, sold out quickly after model Lottie Moss was seen wearing the outfit in London.

It includes ear straps at the top of its roll-neck, meaning the fabric can be pulled up and secured over the nose and mouth.

The black body-con frock, which currently retails at £15 from PrettyLittleThing, sold out quickly after model Lottie Moss (pictured) was seen wearing the outfit in London

A spokeswoman for PLT said: ‘This has now been restocked so is still available in some sizes.’

The dress was originally available in UK sizes 4-16, however the range is now limited due to demand.

The younger sister of Kate Moss, Lottie, 22, turned heads when sporting the statement frock in the capital last month.

As well as covering her nose and mouth, the garment skimmed over her lithe figure, showcasing her tiny waist.

Dressed to impress... and protect: In a sensible yet stylish move, the 22-year-old model ensured she kept covered up in the one-piece by PrettyLittleThing

Dressed to impress… and protect: In a sensible yet stylish move, the 22-year-old model ensured she kept covered up in the one-piece by PrettyLittleThing

The dress (pictured) includes ear straps at the top of its roll-neck, meaning the fabric can be pulled up and secured over the nose and mouth

The dress (pictured) includes ear straps at the top of its roll-neck, meaning the fabric can be pulled up and secured over the nose and mouth

The dress (above) was originally available in UK sizes 4-16, however the range is now limited due to demand

The dress (above) was originally available in UK sizes 4-16, however the range is now limited due to demand

Putting her toned pins on display, Lottie went bare legged, slipping her feet into chunky black boots.

The model completed the look by styling her glossy golden locks in high bunches and went without any accessories.

It comes after a fashion designer behind some of the most iconic Spice Girls outfits created a £195 body-con frock with a built in face mask inspired by the pandemic.

Practical one-piece! With chunky combat boots and a pair of high bunches Lottie looked ready to face anything the city could throw at her

Lottie clutched her phone in her hand while carrying an over the shoulder silver chained handbag

Practical one-piece! With chunky combat boots and a pair of high bunches Lottie looked ready to face anything the city could throw at her

Keeping a low profile: Despite choosing to cover her face the model continued to stand out from the crowds with the daring look

Keeping a low profile: Despite choosing to cover her face the model continued to stand out from the crowds with the daring look

In August, Dee Izmail, 56, from London, unveiled a new collection which includes the £195 white dress – which is available on Etsy and features a face mask as part of an exaggerated collar.

The design of the Covid Dress was influenced by Dee’s signature 90s clubwear which was well-loved by the Spice Girls. 

The band famous for its girl power mantra donned over 80 of Dee’s pieces throughout the Nineties, cementing her as one of the top club wear designers of the era.

Her new dress is also designed to raise awareness for Kawasaki disease – a condition where blood vessels become inflamed – which has increased recently.

It comes after a fashion designer behind some of the most iconic Spice Girls outfits created a £195 body-con frock (above) with a built in face mask inspired by the pandemic

 It comes after a fashion designer behind some of the most iconic Spice Girls outfits created a £195 body-con frock (above) with a built in face mask inspired by the pandemic

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