Why does your dressmaker dress look so damn bad online?

AUSTRALIA’S fashion and beauty brand is in the midst of a major online backlash, with fans accusing it of selling “disgusting” and “disgraceful” products.

A photo posted by Melbourne-based fashion brand The Dressmaker on Nov. 19, 2017 at 8:17am PST shows the online store’s “sales and sales-related terms and conditions” page, which states: “The Dressmaker will not sell or otherwise transfer your personal information to any third party without your prior consent.”

The Dressmakers website is also littered with “unwanted” photos of the brand’s products.

Some users on Twitter were quick to point out that the photos of The Dressmakers’ merchandise, including its signature dresses, are not actually on the site, and were posted by a different site, the site The Dress Maker has a presence on more than 80 countries.

Many fans were quick in pointing out that The Dress maker’s site and products are on sale at other retailers and online retailers.

But the brand has yet to respond to the criticism.

The Dress Maker’s website, for example, lists items on its site for sale from “online retailers” including Target, Best Buy, Nordstrom, Walmart and the like.

Some Twitter users also pointed out that it has a “storewide” list of products that it sells at various retailers.”@TheDressMaker @TheDressesWe have a storewide list of online retailers selling our dresses, skirts, heels and more,” The DressMaker’s website states.

“They are not listed on our site.”

“They’re on the other website,” a spokesperson told Mashable in an email.

The spokesperson did not respond to Mashable’s request for comment.