Women may not be allowed to wear clothing that displays their breast size or other physical attributes that would make them considered “unattractive,” a top U.S. consumer protection agency said Thursday.

The Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) is urging women to stop using clothing that indicates their physical attractiveness or size to shop online.

CPSCs Consumer Product Information section says consumers should not make decisions based on a body size or weight alone.

A woman’s body type, clothing choices, and body hair type can all influence her ability to buy or wear a particular item, the CPSC said in a statement.

“Some clothing is intended for one type of customer and others for another,” the agency said.

Women are also advised to be aware of online safety measures that they should take when shopping online.

The agency says some websites may ask users to “sign in to see if they are OK,” or to fill out a questionnaire.

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