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Did Party City Photoshop Plus-Size Models? (PHOTOS)

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Party City's photo shoot budget must be pretty low this Halloween season -- it looks like the company didn't bother to hire plus-size ladies to model its plus-size offerings.

As the blog Consumerist points out, pantyhose sold in both "straight size" and plus-size options feature alarmingly similar product shots. It appears as if an intrepid Photoshopper has simply stretched the image for the initial product and slapped a "Plus" logo on the corner. In some instances, it even looks like Party City flipped the photo or adjusted the model's thigh gap. Examine the evidence below:

Red Fishnet Pantyhose (regular; plus-size)

red fishnet

Black Ribbon Stripe Pantyhose (regular; plus-size)

ribbon

White Skeleton Leggings (regular; plus-size)

skeleton

Green Seamless Tights (regular; plus-size)

green seamless

Black Seamless Tights (regular; plus-size)

black seamless

Check out the originals at the links above. Same stance. Same shoes. Same scale. Do you smell Photoshop?

[H/T Consumerist]

This isn't the first time we've seen some digital wizardry:

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