At first, I didn't believe that a female fashion brand would put something like that on a product.
My daughter told me to look at the washing instructions in her hat because they are awful.
It's not something you would expect to see.
I know they're trying to be funny but it's a bit naff.
It just didn't sit right with me. I looked on the Missguided website and I noticed they were all for promoting girl power.
They seem like a brand that want to encourage young women to break stereotypes so I'm not sure why they would have something like this in their clothing.
She goes on to add that the company should be pointing out that there is nothing to be embarrassed about if men do the washing in a household and that she would like to see the label removed from the product.
In addition, she was concerned that the note might upset some people who do not have a mum or parent to do their washing for them.
Missguided say on their website that they are commited to:
empower females globally to be confident in themselves and be who they want to be.